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It’s a Life

05.27.13 Posted in today's words by

Paul Strohm would like you to read his poem. It’s a LifeBy Paul Strohm If we dare to seeon the groundin front of usa small white ball–it’s a Titleist! If we dare to seenear a white ballhovering like a cluba small winged creature–it’s a Bee! If we dare to seetwo subjects in flightlike our joysheld […]


Provocation Inquisition

05.27.13 Posted in words to linger on by

Gregory Gunn’s most recent poem to appear here was Lake Accord (August 2012). Provocation InquisitionBy Gregory Gunn Rooting my eyes tothe knotted spot upon a treelike a revolutionarymilitant among the trimmed- down budding branchesof spring, I pinned earsback for sea-ship’s timbreas well as caroler songand endured the bothersomegnaws of gnats on their last legs in my body […]


untitled tanka

05.26.13 Posted in today's words by

Lisa M Drago’s most recent poem to appear here was Creation’s Circle (December 2010). untitled tankaBy Lisa M Drago Connected rows of puddleson the roof below,an unforeign language–my mind whisked to desertsand my soul disclosed


Childhood

05.25.13 Posted in today's words by

Dawnell Harrison’s most recent poem to appear here was Reflection (April 2013). ChildhoodBy Dawnell Harrison Memories of my childhood gatherIn a great white ball and revealNothing exciting.Once I wrote away for someMiscellaneous junk at 12 andWhen I got them I was ecstaticBecause the envelope had myName on it. Now I was somebody.I don’t recall all of the […]


Downsizing

05.24.13 Posted in today's words by

Wendy Freborg is a former editor and retired social worker who has lived in her Sonoma County CA home long enough to line the walls with books and fill a 2-car garage with boxes. She has one husband, one son, enough friends and too many doctors. The pleasures in her life are her family, travel, […]