Month: December 2018

Poems by David Subacchi

A Secret Revealed    They asked who you were  But I didn’t know;  A classical beauty  Sculpted in white  Looking down  Over the pool.    For a while we swapped  Names of ancient gods  Half remembered  From school days,...

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Poems by Simon Perchik

No Title * Without a father or a mother this silence longs for home the way far-off rocks come by to soothe you bit by bit and stay   turn your gravestone pointing east where west should be, round and around smoothing the Earth...

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Poems by Scott Thomas Outlar

Scrambled Equation    Maybe she was just better at advanced forms of mathematics and quantum mechanics than I was, but I could have sworn with all my heart that forever meant something else entirely.     Transcendent Language   ...

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Poems by Iris Orpi

Love Me Vintage   There is always time for beauty, for kisses and for getting lost forever in the circuitous side streets of sequins and sepia. I have devoted myself, see, to these mason jars of sunshine and stained glass...

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Poems by Linda M. Crate

when i lost you   love doesn’t always have to be a tragedy, but it seems i find the knives of imperfect mates that twist and whirl inside of me like a wicked dark magic; i wish i could find the right chemistry to heal my...

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