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Poetry - Year III - Number 15 - August 2018

    AFTER THE RAIN by Jack Brown

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    AFTER THE RAINby Jack Brown  AFTER THE RAIN The squirrels told herit was safe to talk with me.Birds who protected her beforegave their approval.They look after...

    A POET’S QUILL by Antoine Airoldi

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    A POET’S QUILLby Antoine Airoldi   A poet’s quill grows so slow;From a bird in mid air, too low;Loses its flight attendant, oh;Watch its mill flow even more;When the seasons change;The days shrink to...

    TEARBLANKET by Reuben Ellis

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    TEARBLANKETby Reuben Ellis  Tearblanket To alter flesh, use the deciduous catclaw,the spiculumed acacia, tearblanketitscommon name, unpronounceable in  ambiguity.  I could describe it to you,three-thorned, polygamous flowers,...

    OLD SCHOOL by Tony Tracy

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    OLD SCHOOLby Tony Tracy Physiography The phenomenon is irrefutable; a true scientificand earthly wonder, mathematical improbabilitythat leaves scholars of astrology scratching their heads...

    THE CLIMATE TODAY by Rafiki Chemari

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    THE CLIMATE TODAYby Rafiki Chemari   “THE CLIMATE OF TODAY” Is God raging or crying?With these…Massive storms,And violent quakes. The ones that make, break,And...

    THE STORY OF LIFE by Linda Casebeer

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    THE STORY OF LIFEby Linda Casebeer  The story of life We could feel the evening falling around usthough it was noon when clouds covered the sunabove...

    AT THE TEMPLE OF THE MUSIC GOD by Felix Purat

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    AT THE TEMPLE OF THE MUSIC GODby Felix Purat Memories of Baja California in Crete Above the submarine chamber of Aegean AtlantisRugged slopes of the Sierra...

    WRITER’S WORKSHOP by Martin Willitts

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    WRITER’S WORKSHOPby Martin Willitts Writer’s Workshop Write what you know, the professor suggested; but what if you’ve forgotten every piece of informationyou’ve ever...