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Contributor Series 4: Aspects of the Elephant, Jenna

02.28.10 Posted in Contributor Series 4, today's words by

Contributor Series 4: Aspects of the Elephant Jenna By John Sherer Her face is gone She is pulchritude Short, slender, light Short hair, wide eyes Her face is gone I once knew it I once did not know her Here I sit As I try to recall And all that comes Is who she is […]


Contributor Series 4: Aspects of the Elephant, Ladies Get New Names When They Marry

02.27.10 Posted in Contributor Series 4, today's words by

Contributor Series 4: Aspects of the Elephant Ladies Get New Names When They Marry By Frank Cavano Ladies get new names when they marry. Sighs and smoking thighs bring forth one, then another. But one dies in the war over there and another in the wars over here. Oh, my love, let us wipe away […]


Contributor Series 4: Aspects of the Elephant, Sentiment’s Chowder

02.26.10 Posted in Contributor Series 4, today's words by

Contributor Series 4: Aspects of the Elephant Sentiment’s Chowder By KJ Hannah Greenberg Long distance lovers, all Doilies and belvederes, Like sweet, European fish Served with ketchup. Local friends, in contrast, Accept stewed heads, Braised flanks, Sometimes even sentiment’s chowder. KJ Hannah Greenberg’s poetry (Living as Though It Matters, My Boyfriend Coughs up Platitudes, Mala’alot […]


Contributor Series 4: Aspects of the Elephant, Excerpt from the Diary of a Man Growing Old

02.25.10 Posted in Contributor Series 4, today's words by

Contributor Series 4: Aspects of the Elephant Excerpt from the Diary of a Man Growing Old (December 20, 2009) By Neil Ellman Cleaning out my closet I came upon an old sports coat Harris Tweed The color of Coney Island sand in the rain That I had purchased more than forty years before Collars like […]


Contributor Series 4: Aspects of the Elephant, Dreams of Ramona

02.24.10 Posted in Contributor Series 4, today's words by

Contributor Series 4: Aspects of the Elephant Dreams of Ramona By Larry Blazek You met at the old House on the highway Made love in your old room Explained that the house Was sold years ago Was demolished and made Into a parking lot But you return now and then Larry Blazek’s poem The Hawk […]


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