Home Poetry - Year IV - Number 25 - June 2019

Poetry - Year IV - Number 25 - June 2019

    BRUCE LEE by Marc Carver

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    BRUCE LEEby Marc Carver I found Betrend Russell in a park I had never been to beforeI had Bruce Lee dumplingsand people kept smiling at me all day longand...

    REVOLT by George Held

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    REVOLT by George Held On St. Cecilia’s Day     22 November             From harmony, from heav’nly harmony                    This universal frame began . . .—John...

    HIGHWAY MIRAGE by Dale Dewoody

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    HIGHWAY MIRAGEby Dale Dewoody  Highway Mirage “Near the highway surface, grazing rays from the sky in front of us pass down from higher cooler air to warmer...

    A PURPLE SHADOW by Stella Prince

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    A PURPLE SHADOW by Stella Prince Leaves were crisp against my boots.The crunch of sticks sounded like a baby’s rattle.The moonlight made my quiet eyes dim.Woods...

    A PLACE CALLED HOME by Diana Papazian

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    A PLACE CALLED HOME by Diana Papazian A place called homeI'm from a place of endless nightsof conversations by the kitchen stove.I'm from a place where...

    FOUR MILES TO ARCADIA by Stephen Reilly

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    FOUR MILES TO ARCADIA by Stephen Reilly FOUR MILES TO ARCADIA The citrus groves punctuated with fruit.Is it that early in the season?...

    TOO MANY WORDS by Mukund Gnanadesikan

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    TOO MANY WORDS by Mukund Gnanadesikan Too Many Words Obfuscate if you mustIf it helps assuage the sicknessThat roils your conscienceCausing fever and...

    APRIL CHILDREN by Kevin Keane

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    APRIL CHILDREN by Kevin Keane Unsuccessful Death The crossbow above her fireplaceWas to me a precious symbol of her glowing in disguiseHer persistent...

    THE HUMAN SPIRIT by Diarmuid ó Maolalaí

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    THE HUMAN SPIRIT by Diarmuid o Maolalai The human spirit is very breakable.we don'tfight.give inall the time. crayonsbreakin our five...