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For Our Soldiers

04.26.10 Posted in today's words by

Dr. Elaine H. Olaoye is a professor of psychology at Brookdale Community College. She is also a published poet and she wrote this in honor of US troops serving in Afghanistan and Iraq as well as all the other places we have sent them and continue to send them. Elaine will be reading this poem […]


Sun Clouds

04.25.10 Posted in today's words by

Melanie Bishop is a poet and artist who lives and works in New York City. She has been writing all of her life. You can see more of her work at her blog. No matter what the weather is like where you are reading this poem, immerse yourself in Melanie’s sun clouds and try not to […]


What the Moon Knows

04.24.10 Posted in today's words by

Salvatore Buttaci has made us think before (Passing Time). His collection of short stories, Flashing My Shorts, has just been released. This poem expresses the human drive to know, universal and timeless. Nature and night seem to be the natural elements for the quest.    What the Moon Knows By Salvatore Buttaci wolves howl from wooded sanctuaries in […]


It Happens Every Spring

04.23.10 Posted in today's words by

Kenneth Karrer’s most recent poem here (So Who Will Teach My Sons the Dance) was featured as part of Contributor Series 4: Aspects of the Elephant. His previous work here (Advice to Albert on Our Relativity,Trick or Treat With Pets [How my Dog sees Halloween]) makes wonderful use of affectionate humor. What is it about […]


Free Stuff

04.22.10 Posted in today's words by

Sarah Endo’s most recent appearance (Match) was as part of Contributor Series 4: Aspects of the Elephant. Her conversation poem today is part guilty pleasure, part amusing anecdote, part maternal escape in a way that’s familiar to many mothers of young children.   Free Stuff By Sarah Endo I love checking out the free stuff […]


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