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Poetry – Year VI – Number 44 – January 2021

    I CAN TELL NO-ONE, EXCEPT THIS POEM by Susan C. Waters

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    Age is Creeping Toward Me Like the Old Maidin a children’s deck of cards,it was hidden, going round and roundthe table until the last card:a dowdy, with a misshapen...

    BAR-TAILED GODWIT by Ranjith Sivaraman

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    Bar-tailed godwit ‘What happened?You are lost in deep thoughtsLooks like you made a long solo tripLike a bar-tailed godwit'I asked my beloved. She continued her meditating...

    THE LAKE by Nardine Sanderson

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    Roses bloom in darkness too. Loves rose grew from her lips to speak of loss and courage through what leaves the body but never dies She...

    A SWELL GUY by Omar Reyes

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    86’d i don’t writeanymore instead i useemojis andpost cat filtered selfies with approvinglycategorized stylishcorpses who dream of findinglove behind blackmirrors to satisfy the façadeforced upon by thegiant glitchwhich gnaws...

    KETTLE by Pernille AEgidius Dake

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    The Lord’s Prayer Trumped Our Faker, who art in the chalk-white House,pumped is thy name, crumbly is your fame.From thy sand trap, thy will be done to what’ll be...

    SOMETHING IS HIDING by Sharon Lopez Mooney

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    Something is Hiding The hint She stops mid step caught by a taught line of memoryit runs along the skin of her collar bone where...

    NET WORTH by Sam Barbee

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    Deadly Sin #8 I confront the White Bull of the page - Earnest Hemingway My cherry blood thuds against good judgment.Recollection of that begrudged learned lessonbouncing...

    THE SEVENTH DREAM by Byron Hoot

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    A Moveable Meditation It is the kind of day best taken n inside a truck -- heat on, wipers against the windshield,

    COFFEE AND BEANS by John Dorroh

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    “Daydreams, Day-drinking, and Dingoes” 1.The red dirt in Australia looks like clown lipstick.The tour guide places his cap upside down on the stepsfrom the belly of the inside of...