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In Flanders Fields Revisited

04.30.11 Posted in today's words by

Kenneth Karrer’s poem White Wedding appeared here in February. This is a very different poem from that. They are both pretty awesome though.  In Flanders Fields Revisited By Kenneth Karrer A picnic held at Flanders Turned tragic. The magic of another age emerged Borne in earth’s green womb to term. It presented head first. Little hands helped […]


Glimpse

04.29.11 Posted in today's words by

Patrick’s poem Calamity Rani appeared here in January. He does a great job combining humor and poignancy and you can see that in both of these poems.  Glimpse By Patrick Shea New life breathes skies of fire light explosive leaps then rains a dissipating tremor overhead faint aftershocks of first creation a glimpse back to the beginning […]


Seasoning

04.28.11 Posted in words to linger on by

Dee Thompson writes about love and family and she writes with a range of emotion. After you read this poem, read Rescue and see how well she uses humor in her poetry. Seasoning By Dee Thompson It’s the dying time, naked, dry ground, desiccated worms, twigs scattered like corpses– Cold seeps into every corner– Remember the recent […]


Sixty

04.28.11 Posted in today's words by

Nate Spears’ most recent poem here was Soul Food, and it was published as part of Contributor Series 8: Feast and Famine. In case you haven’t heard, Nate’s book Inspiration 2 Smile is inspiring smiles all over the place and it can be had in print, ebook, or audiobook versions, just pick your poison! How’s Nate been celebrating National Poetry Month? He’s […]


Balancing on line

04.27.11 Posted in today's words by

Ellenelizabeth Cernek-Kashk’s poem New Accident appeared here in February. This poem will make you want to blur the line between reality and magic. So stay up late or wake up early! And write a poem about it! This is the last week of National Poetry Month. Balancing on line By Ellenelizabeth Cernek-Kashk In the glooming time Day […]