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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 Lana Bella

NOW SILENTLY AS   December sun appears a mile up  the hill, jerking its long, thin chain  like a penance. The fourth-pint weight of you husks into center of bones, too slender in the treachery of snow casting threads to wind....

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Poems by Victoria Crawford

The Audible   Consider the heart as a guide hand to chest, feel its question. Truth flows a wellspring inside deafened by noise congestion.   Ears caulked by a million voices, cacophony’s stunning scream blocks inspiration of...

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Poem by M. A. Istvan

On a Supposed Proof for God   Argument   If the term “God” means anything at all, then “God” in the least means what is real, what exists. The term “God” does mean something. Therefore, the term “God” in the least means what is...

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Poems by Srinjay Chakravarti

TRANSCENDENCE   Bells peal atop Forever Mountain: Sonorous hymns of dawn. Birds scatter from the trees As the echoes ripple away.   A priest sweeps away dust and shadows From the temple’s mosaiced quadrangle. Latticed windows...

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