Month: August 2019

Poems by Janice S Fuller

A Way of Life   To move about the kitchen while he sat for days looking at the floor. Both of them somber— he with the pale look in dark thoughts, she with resignation and a bit of here we go again.   No one spoke the word,...

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Poems by Tim Mayo

Fairy Tale for a Young Inpatient   Down, down, way down, at the very bottom of the old wishing well, the one with the broken crank, no rope, and no pail, the one still covered by the quaint, scant roof meant to keep other...

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Poems by Michael T. Smith

When everyone else turns their back on you, breaking words that ring true, I’ll hold your hand.   I’ll go with you. When the rest of them pretend again to be a-kin,   I’ll go with you; when being itself is yet a sin...

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Poems by Sally Coltzau

hatch my body aches the darkness has eaten into the marrow of my bones everything hurts from my mind through to my soul there’s no escape hatch from this   protein for a celestial being my brain is turning to mush scoop it...

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