Month: May 2019

Poems by Alison Stone

Judith   No yen for battle, no bloodlust. I even looked away when they butchered the lambs. Still, my village gray with dust, our crops dying like prayer in the earth’s parched throat. A woman does what she must.   As...

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Poems by Peter Magliocco

Thought-placard for the epiphanic mind   Life rivals a piece of art in perpetual change exposed daily to the grim social elements your face accepts its mandate of wrinkles as the days paint you into significance the...

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