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Jim Robinson: Poem

Nov 24, 2014

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The woman who works at Woolworth's/slips a chip of beard into her purse.

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Susan Nisenbaum Becker: Three Poems

Sep 22, 2014

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Try tranquil when you notice a stranger blowing on his fingers or the sun’s become obscured or you are rushing to a vanishing point.

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Susan Terris: Three Memo Poems

Jun 04, 2014

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if I tell you I need an assault rifle to explode watermelons

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Barbara LaMorticella: Two Poems

May 21, 2014

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I hung in her left eye as if in a fisheye lens.

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Alan Albert: Two Poems

May 05, 2014

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It was winter when the small wedding happened. Everyone was no taller than six inches.

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Eveline Pye: Four Poems

Feb 05, 2014

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a white tower of spray punctures the blue sky

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Daniel Meltz: Poem

Dec 02, 2013

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These are memories like dreams from/a previous life that flicker in an updraft

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Carol Dorf: Blessing Myself

Nov 27, 2013

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If you make a list of all you are grateful for, you will find happiness.

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Sheila Black: Two Poems

Nov 13, 2013

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I practice imagining you in places I can’t see

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Karen Schubert: Poem

Oct 01, 2013

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When we say the woods are quiet,/we mean a kind of spatial silence,/nothing moving/faster than the red squirrel

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