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SEA AND SOIL POEMS by Steve Mentz

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Sea and Soil Poems Of thirteen minds I swim past Whale Rock.Cold air leeches warmth from rotating armsThat plunge into grey-green sea with each stroke.Turning my...

ONLY STARS by Peycho Kanev

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Only Stars When I look back,I always do itnot with a smile, but with astonishmenton my face. I remember the time,when I was little kid and thenthere still were...

HOME GROUND by Dale Cottingham

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A Little History Watching the river in flood,each exhale huffing over the one before,its red, swollen reality waking imagination. Dismembered tree limbs,water logged, sodden, submerging,re-emerging for...

COMING AND GOING by Roger D Anderson

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The other is curiously appealingbut I have no intention of keeping itnewness fadesand I am not always a foolbut enticement does temptenough for an occasionalwhateverbut nothing morea rock is...

SEÑORITA BANTE! by Roseangelina Baptista

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Bante! Assim te chamei. Entretanto, duvideique pudesses me ensinara arte de abraçar as coisascomo elas vêm para nós. Como o invernodesiste de sina...

NARCISSISM by W. Colin McKay

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BeerHey, Bartender! Over here!I need another beer.I’m trying to write a poemin this crummy barbefore stumbling to my carand heading to a homewhere I’m forced to disappear.Can’t write without a beer.

A BIG WIND KNOCKED IT OVER by Bethany Reid

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A Big Wind Knocked It Over by Bethany Reid Westron wynde, when wilt thou blow,The small raine down can raine.Cryst, if my love were in my...

DISCOVERING by Alexis Garcia

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Discovering “I want you to read something and see if anything resonates with you,” my therapist told me, handing me a booklet.             My eyes focused...

THE FADE by Mary Casey Stark

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The Fade By Mary Casey-Sturk Five people living in a one-bedroom house was not unusual in my neighborhood. I suppose you could call it a neighborhood,...

THE PERILS OF BELIEF by Dian Parker

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The Perils of Belief I joined a cult in my 30’s. My reason for joining was to change the way I thought. Of course, at the...