Poetry - Year V - Number 42 - November 2020

    THE FIRST LOCKDOWN by Shera Hill

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    THE FIRST LOCKDOWN birdsong splashed mornings grass-shadowed fawns quail, rabbits and coyotes abound a...

    THE CORK OAK OF PORTUGAL by Reed Venrick

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    The Cork Oak of Portugal Riding the bus down and along— Lisbon to Faro on the Algarve coast, passing through dry, hilly forests—

    VISITOR FOR THE DAY by Duane Anderson

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    Ms. Know-It-All She seemed to consider herself an expert after only donating one time prior, and from the look that she gave me,

    YELLOW by Byron Beynon

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    BEETHOVEN A memory within music, a ripening with vineyards overgrown, and your mind's ear in tune; alert...

    VIRTUAL REALITIES by John Lambremont

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    The Solo PerformerThe tiny ballerina, hersummer run long over,limbs brown and withered,hanging hair disheveled,bends stiffly at the hip,shriveled hands stretchedto the tip of an extended toe,frozen in a permanent pose of thanksfor...

    LIE WITH ME IN THIS MOMENT by Sarah Stephens

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    Lie with me in this moment sink into the book of me where all my stories wait to be told. Take out the pages

    AMULET by Mary Jane White

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    AMULET voice of Penelope 62 All the young men came in  But you were never there Standing...

    ALMA DESATADA by Roseangelina Baptista

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    Alma Desatada A serração desceu rápida e do-í-da.Veio duma latência em rodeios Açorianos.Solitário rochedo, suspenso em fosca água-lusa.Longe, o coro das oliveiras ao léu. Açores! Por...