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    HONEYMOON FOR A GHOST – By Hyrum K. Hunt

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    POEMSBy Osip Mandelstam / translated by Don Mager Untitled Accept as gladness from my palmsA little sun and a little honeyAs the bees of Persephone directed.

    AND THE WIND by Kevin Gillam

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    AND THE WINDBy Kevin Gillam and the wind the wind blew through us. we were small thatday, there and not. sea was scuffed, frothed, whipped,

    THE CHILD I WAS by Kihyeon Lee

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    The Child I Was They were like some terrible writingsWrought by a Fate’s fearful handTo dictate its warnings by lightningsNo man can decipher to comprehend, With...

    TEARS OF SPADES IN AMERICAN BLUES by Mettamodernist

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    TEARS OF SPADES IN AMERICAN BLUESby Mettamodernist   Julia Dream,Dream of a key,A key to unlock all your doors I am your abyss, your good fix, your...

    GNOMON AND GLASS by Robert René Galván

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    GNOMON AND GLASSby Robert René Galván  Gnomon and Glass * Time’s wing casts a shadowon the spun world; The pendulous moonbeats the shore...

    THE WORD by Eve Rifkah

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    The Word The word fell into a vat of wordsThe vat so full sometimes a wordSpills over and is lost The word drifts down through other...

    VISION WEST by Rachel Cloud Adams

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    September as AfterthoughtHarvey Mountain, Columbia County, New York On Harvey Mountain, far north of here,snow is seeping into rock crevicesbordering the path, and lichenis lining the feet of a...