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    SONGS OF INSURRECTION – Poems by Ben Nardolilli

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    SONGS OF INSURRECTIONPoems by Ben Nardolilli Office Politeness Super politeness sweatsFrom the cubicle wallsAnd echoes through halls,Corridors I knowHold and reflectWhispers of thoseWho know meBut cannot...

    COFFEE MUG by ABU MUSA TAREQ – Translated by Afruza Khanom PhD

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    COFFEE MUG by Abu Musa TareqTranslated by Afruza Khanom PhD Coffee Mug One vacant step  away from you and-This poet will breathe through your most secret...

    BEYOND THE BOUQUET – Poems by Greg Moglia

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    BEYOND THE BOUQUETPoems by Greg Moglia BEYOND THE BOUQUET I give her the bouquet with what I dare to call a loveShe takes it with a...

    TERRA COM SAL – Poems by Pierre Sotér

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    TERRA COM SALPoems by Pierre Sotér Terra com salto the memory of Fernando Pessoa Ó ser mudado,Ó alma colossal,quanto do teu estado,não é nem foi dado,por...

    SELFIEDOM – Poems by Clark Holtzman

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    SELFIEDOMPoems by Clark Holtzman MY ACCEPTANCE says nothing about the quality of your offer.My acceptance is sacred in this faithless sort of way.My acceptance builds upon...

    DESTROYER OF UNIVERSES – Poems by Kevin Drzakowski

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    DESTROYER OF UNIVERSESBy Kevin Drzakowski Just like everyone else, Iplayed that game Around the World,the one where you shootbaskets from different pointson your driveway, startingwith the intersection of cracksforming...

    DESPITE, Poems by Gideon Sinke

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    DESPITEPoems by Gideon Sinke      DespiteI had a string of loversunder whose coversI thought I could hide.I condemned myselfto romance and lovehard and soft placeslong and smiley facesand in you I could confide.With you...

    POETRY BY LEE YUK SA, Translated by Sekyo Nam Haines

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    POETRY BY LEE YUK SATranslated by Sekyo Nam Haines   About Lee Yuk Sa:Born 1904 in Andong, South Korea, Lee Yuk Sa belongs to the first generation of Korean modern poets. Korea was under...

    WHEN CUTTING FISH, Poems by John Grey

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    WHEN CUTTING FISHBy John Grey  WHEN CUTTING FISHConcentrate on your fingernot the creature's eye.Given half the chance,the blade will slip,the dead will stare right at you.Don't spill blood.Don't feel guilt.Here on earth,you need...

    EMBERFOOT, A poem by Richard King Perkins II

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    EMBERFOOTBy  Richard King Perkins II Gasp, my stranger. Contract like burning paper.You’re distant; as loud as footsteps on anthraciteechoing away from where you once belonged.Hold on to my hand. Just don’t break my...