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Poetry – Year V – Number 41 – October 2020

    MY GRANDFATHER’S POCKET WATCH by Martin Agee

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    GLASS DOORKNOB You with moist hands And heavy eyes, Reaching up for the glass knob Of a mirrored door.

    RIBBON by Mya Alexice

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    frontier me, stochastic and riverine— a watershed body. beavers build temporary dams inside my large intestine. I am no agent....

    COMPASSION by Lisa Tomey

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    Hang a Light on the Moon Keeping a close watcheyes glazed from lacking true sleepit’s the thing he doeswatching each breath in and outpraising every moment

    THE STARS ARE OUT by Don Narkevic

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    I Am a Kite Soaring Above You I am a kite soaring above youas you play tag in your backyard.You run from a boyand hide behind a sycamore.As I...

    HEROES by George Gad Economou

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    all those times no one’s ever around “how can you breathe in here?” she once asked, curiously all the moments lasting an eternity at some other...

    I NEVER LEARNED TO SHUFFLE by Jordan Mattox

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    I Never Learned to Shuffle Cards cling together, but break in colliding waterfalls of cardboard not ending in order

    THE COUPLE by Arianna Sebo

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    The Couple Clouds tipping overhead Heavens spilling forth their bounty love and tenderness seeps into the ether

    STATIC by E. Samples

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    Temporal Lapse, Chestnut Street I move clay pots and watering cans, plant chamomile under cloudy first light, emerald clover velvety against shins.

    FLOWER GIRL by Michael Lee Johnson

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    Flower Girl (V2)  If you get a chance, please listen to Mp3 audio, poem song, Flower Girl (V2)-special. (Tears in Your Eyes) By Michael Lee Johnson

    WAITING FOR RAIN by Edward Reilly

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    Muse You disconcert me at times, silent at the door, As in the morning breeze your long tresses flutter, Eyes downcast as if...