Home Poetry - Year V - Number 33 - February 2020

Poetry - Year V - Number 33 - February 2020

    PERHAPS YOU UNDERSTAND by George Eklund

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    PERHAPS YOU UNDERSTANDby George Eklund  Perhaps You Understand I’ve done what I could do.If you want to mutilate me, then you will.I cannot row very far...

    THE CLASSICAL DEBT by Susan Ayres

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    THE CLASSICAL DEBTby Susan Ayres  THE CLASSICAL DEBT             we will never repay the debt we owe Greece.—Stephen Fry, Elgin Marbles Debate            ...

    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...

    APOLLINAIRE by Timothy Robbins

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    APOLLINAIRE by Timothy Robbins  Apollinaire This morning I read Apollinaire’s “Zone”and thought him silly. Meaningbeing a vagabond, his being a vagabond,it’s no surprise he wanderedalong silly’s crooked paths starting...

    DAYTIME TV by Ian Ganassi

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    DAYTIME TVby Ian Ganassi DAYTIME TV I used to wonderAbout Captain Kangaroo’s uniform;We knew Mr. Greenjeans had green jeans. You never know it’s...

    WHAT WILL BE by Daniel Senser

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    WHAT WILL BEby Daniel Senser  Watching My Roommate Sleep For Tom The old man snores like the windAnd the rumbling of rock-fall.What dream...

    OUTDOOR SHOWER by Katherine Carlman

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    OUTDOOR SHOWERby Katherine Carlman  Hollow Things  Like the shell of a chocolate hare, upon the slightest pressure from an eager child’s hand causes it to give...

    GLITTERING ROMANCE AND OPTIMISM by Benjamin Biesek

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    GLITTERING ROMANCE AND OPTIMISMby Benjamin Biesek  Glittering Romance and Optimism “After I had combed / the confetti from my hair” Ralph Sneeden

    FILE NUMBER 20 by Ken W. Simpson

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    FILE NUMBER 20by Ken W. Simpson  Homo Sapiens Cloven creaturesdeodorised archetypesrevived as beaststo satisfy heredity’sneed for greedstinking of sanctitybefore the resurrection.  Amazing Grace

    THE ARABIAN SEA by Debasis Tripathy

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    THE ARABIAN SEAby Debasis Tripathy  Equation in Parenthood Yesterday, we got married by our own choice. Today we’redoing OK as parents. I've managed to train my...