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Poem by Cheryl Caesar

Hunting season comes to Facebook   So much depends on a dead deer with a bloody mouth dumped in a wheelbarrow beside a grinning boy in orange.   He is quickly covered in adulation and balloons. Nothing – fighting fires in...

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Poems by Usha Akella

Video et Taceo (for Anne Boleyn)   Listen Anne.   The light is falling silent in the talons of time, There, in a pulpit of imagined sin, In the eyelid of the stars you are silent.   Silent, the blood-heat. Silent, the falconry...

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Poem by Eve Lyons

How It Feels to Have A Sexual Predator on the Supreme Court   When I hear about a Great White Shark attacking someone on Cape Cod My first thought is always what did he do to provoke the shark? Is this why so many people’s first...

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Poems by Gale Acuff

 Airborne After school and homework–pencils, paper  –kiting until supper-time, and after.  Newspaper and sticks and mucilage, or  tape in a heavy wind. I send Sunday  comics into aerospace. Hank Aaron,  classified...

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Poems by Lisa Rhodes-Ryabchich

The Goddess of Femininity   We wake to the day, searching the sky for beauty, rays  of possibilities— above the world drowning  in impossibilities.   As we redecorate the sky and our surroundings, to see the limitless seeds of...

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