Home Poetry - Year III - Number 15 - August 2018

Poetry - Year III - Number 15 - August 2018

    TWO POEMS by Austin C. Morgan

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    LOVE CALLS OF FOXESby Jack Conway   Love Calls of Foxes Last night I heard the gray fox howl,along the old stone wall,three yips and then a scream,ungodly sounds,its ritual mating call.Love calls of foxes,reminds usthat love...

    LOVE CALLS OF FOXES by Jack Conway

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    LOVE CALLS OF FOXESby Jack Conway   Love Calls of Foxes Last night I heard the gray fox howl,along the old stone wall,three yips and then a scream,ungodly sounds,its ritual mating call.Love calls of foxes,reminds usthat love...

    AMUSING MY MUSE by Endika Sangroniz

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    AMUSING MY MUSEby Endika Sangroniz     AMUSING MY MUSEMy muse stepped on the Earth and faced mortalitySince then, she is the icon of feminine freedomAn iconoclast from head to toeShe calls the shots, she soaks my...

    AFTER THE RAIN by Jack Brown

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    AFTER THE RAINby Jack Brown  AFTER THE RAIN The squirrels told herit was safe to talk with me.Birds who protected her beforegave their approval.They look after their own.Wearing ribbons of struggleshe beckoned with woundsand wonder. Seekingthe...

    WRITER’S WORKSHOP by Martin Willitts

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    WRITER’S WORKSHOPby Martin Willitts Writer’s Workshop Write what you know, the professor suggested; but what if you’ve forgotten every piece of informationyou’ve ever known? What if you’ve crossed an intersectionof your life and you realize you’re lost,...

    THE CLIMATE TODAY by Rafiki Chemari

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    THE CLIMATE TODAYby Rafiki Chemari   “THE CLIMATE OF TODAY” Is God raging or crying?With these…Massive storms,And violent quakes. The ones that make, break,And unequivocally shake…Cities, counties, families,And cultures! So when (Uncle) HarveyCame to visit usIn theLone Star state...

    TEARBLANKET by Reuben Ellis

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    TEARBLANKETby Reuben Ellis  Tearblanket To alter flesh, use the deciduous catclaw,the spiculumed acacia, tearblanketitscommon name, unpronounceable in  ambiguity.  I could describe it to you,three-thorned, polygamous flowers, pinnatepods, but you will know it because you willbe bleeding...

    OLD SCHOOL by Tony Tracy

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    OLD SCHOOLby Tony Tracy Physiography The phenomenon is irrefutable; a true scientificand earthly wonder, mathematical improbabilitythat leaves scholars of astrology scratching their heads to explain, and pundits of scripture andChristianity gawking through their $10 cardboardsunglasses as midday light...

    BORROW by Mike Li

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    BORROWby Mike Yunxuan Li  BorrowMike is not my name,I told you.I borrowed it from Bibleto roam the land of Uncle Sam.It’s my tuxedo and pasta,a manbehind which the I hid and ate,slept, woke and educated.Shame...