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Winter Repeats

05.21.14 Posted in today's words by

Nancy May’s most recent poem to appear here was A Lost Summer (October 2013). Winter Repeats By Nancy May winter dawn branches hostage in the light winter morning forgotten leaves copper snow winter frost weeping petals prison the pot winter’s day haunting a robin cold gusts  


My Days

05.20.14 Posted in today's words by

Andrew Badger’s most recent poem to appear here was The Shoebox (May 2013). My Days By Andrew Badger I plant my feet so carefully safely wait for verification from earth that I can shift my weight I inch along familiar paths once trod with lively steps but now with care I watch the earth below […]


Child Thought

05.19.14 Posted in today's words by

Juliana Norwood’s most recent poem to appear here was Over the River (December 2013). Child Thought By Juliana Norwood The difference between believing you are a polka dot person and not a freckle face a code reader instead of a dyslexic, Tinkerbelle’s sister not short stuff an unrecognized princess instead of a homeless daughter, an […]


I Remember It Well. Sort of

05.17.14 Posted in today's words by

Paul Strohm’s most recent poem to appear here was The Poets (July 2013). I Remember It Well. Sort of By Paul Strohm We had a great time. We were miserable. I was funny. No, you weren’t. Ah, yes, I remember the wine. It was cheap beer. We had a very good steak. It was a […]


The Nightmare

05.16.14 Posted in today's words by

Murray Dunlap’s most recent poem to appear here was Forces of Nature (April 2014). The Nightmare By Murray Dunlap In time, it would all be the same as a nightmare: Faded, disjointed memory with no logic No meaning As it happened, however It scared the life out of me I became overly defensive Overly fearful […]


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