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A Bobcat in the Nearby Woods by John Grey

A Bobcat in the Nearby Woods by John Grey

    A bobcat’s more amazing than the latest General Motors model. Your feet follow your flashlight toward those sharp green eyes. Such a blush… Read More
 
A Fair Amount of Ghosts by Zach Murphy

A Fair Amount of Ghosts by Zach Murphy

He plays the trumpet brilliantly on the corner of Grand and Victoria. He doesn’t look like he’s from this era. He’s impeccably dressed, from his… Read More
 
Lamplight by John Davis

Lamplight by John Davis

    Me the moth on the opposite side of glass, flapping wings you the lamplight never winking or blinking but holding a long breath.… Read More
 
Peu Verset by Mary Bone

Peu Verset by Mary Bone

Peu Verset Collection by Mary Bone ©2020 Dying to Self When you die to yourself You let the palms Rest upward To heaven. After giving… Read More
 
I Try to Listen as Your Voice Perforates the Air by Jenny Middleton

I Try to Listen as Your Voice Perforates the Air by Jenny Middleton

  You are away tonight, but you phone, your voice cutting thoughts to silhouettes of words within your phone’s receiver, their outlines hard with reconfigured… Read More
 
DP Camp Blues by Sy Roth

DP Camp Blues by Sy Roth

I never did get out My forever Sing Sing It defined my identity I am displaced A vagabond traveler A hobo without rucksack With only… Read More
 
Peu Verset by David Seth Smith

Peu Verset by David Seth Smith

Peu Verset Collection ©David Seth Smith 2014-2020 Aire promise becomes debt becomes promise becomes debt becomes ends   Ghost always standing at the edge of… Read More
 
A poem is staring at me by Manasi Diwakar

A poem is staring at me by Manasi Diwakar

——————————————————————   No, there is no story,              only a lithe poem It is swinging,             at the fringes of my memory in a yellow sundress, with… Read More
 
Parrots by Lynn White

Parrots by Lynn White

      It was a large structure, metal and conical shaped perhaps an arbour awaiting its climbing plants or a cage for a very… Read More
 
What is a book? by Manasi Diwakar

What is a book? by Manasi Diwakar

  What is a book? a book is a chair- a Litter of unknown burdens, sighing hopes            a Caquetoire absorbing warm layers of            rippling chinwag… Read More