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Dandelion

05.31.14 Posted in today's words by

John Kaniecki’s most recent poem to appear here was Cracked (December 2013). Dandelion By John Kaniecki I stumble upon the enormous In the tiny, tiny, tiny A tender seed flowing in the breezy winds Planted aptly as it settles Like unto a humble kind deed of faith A candle of light shedding Pointing to the […]


In Retrospect

05.30.14 Posted in today's words by

Hugo J Quizhpi was born and raised in New York City. He served in the US Air Force Reserves, where he received recognition for duties rendered during 9/11 and Operation Iraqi Freedom. His poems are inspired by his experiences in the military and his indigenous Ecuadorian roots. His work has appeared at The Tower Journal, […]


My Prayer

05.29.14 Posted in today's words by

jd young’s poem Moments appeared here in August 2011. My Prayer By jd young Lord please touch me Grant me peace Soothe my broken heart I had her for such a short time Letting go makes deeper the dark She did not have an easy time Life seemed to pass her by Too often I […]


The Light

05.28.14 Posted in today's words by

Nancy Scott wrote this poem. The Light By Nancy Scott When I was a girl and lived in the city I used to get up early, stand at the window of my tiny apartment to watch the dawn break over the tall buildings. I called my ritual “welcoming the light,” and I loved it, loved […]


Say Pocket

05.27.14 Posted in today's words by

Kevin Acers lives in Oklahoma City with his wife, their cat, and a potted plant names Fronds Kafka. His writings appear in Red River Review, Oklahoma Review, The Prose-Poem Project, Illya’s Honey, The Centrifugal Eye, Z-Composition, and Decades Review. His book, Time Machine: Prose Poems and Vignettes, is available at Amazon. He is working on […]


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