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    NEW LEAF – Poems by Joshua Seguin

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    NEW LEAFPoems by Joshua Seguin NEW LEAF A new leaf,Another day,Journey for days,May I read the last page,Of this book? A little more...

    THE WAY AWAY – Poems by Anthony Slater

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    THE WAY OF TIM ASHPoems by Timothy Robbins The Way of Tim Ash You have a way of appearing, the chorus ina Satyr Play. The night...

    FALCON – A poem by Shola Balogun

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    FALCONA poem by Shola Balogun Touch my lips with your tail, enthralling troubadourAnd renew your ties twice nowWith my triangular elements.No winding muse can measure your flightStill even with...

    END OF WINTER – Poems by Gloria Monaghan

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    END OF WINTERPoems by Gloria Monaghan End of Winter recognize me if you canyou who were made before I was unmade (Canto VI)

    CAPITOL GAIN – Poems by Thomas Piekarski

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    CAPITOL GAINPoems by Thomas Piekarski                                      Capitol Gain                                         While Monterey is magical, San Francisco                                amply sublime, Paris radiant, London wondrous                with resplendent cupolas, museums and bridges,Sacramento is the epicenter of modern...

    A DRY BREEZE – Poems by Anwer Ghani

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    A DRY BREEZEPoems by Anwer Ghani   A Dry BreezeThat evening with its breeze has planted in my soul an unforgettable tales. I don't like crying and as any man, I wish to fall...

    POEMS by Kimo Armitage

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    MR. ÉTIENNE HEIFARABy Kimo Armitage Mr. Étienne Heifara is sad that he left Tahiti on bad terms with his siblingsNight is an old woman with a canepoking the sun...

    POEMS by Patrick Hurley

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    POEMSBy Patrick Hurley ***there is no port of entrywhat atlas charts thesesaturnine territories?ingress is a dangerous fictionradioactive particlesare ubiquitoustoxic energies fix our hopesbut only choice computes  ***these voices are not frenchand this is no...

    MARTYRDOM IN THE EAST, Poems by George Moore

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    MARTYRDOM IN THE EASTBy George MooreMartyrdom in the EastThe more hateful was the cruelty, which spared not so tender an age, the greaterin truth was the power of faith which found evidence...

    TO A CELLAR SPIDER, Poems by Elizabeth Vignali

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    TO A CELLAR SPIDERBy Elizabeth Vignali   Reflection in the Window at the RedlightHis transparent hands liftpockets of blanknessand set them alight, brightflames birthed in reflection.This methodical heft and liftand flick of the red...