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Unexpected Exemplar

01.31.15 Posted in today's words by

Kathryn Tate Jacoby’s most recent poem to appear here was Paradigm Shift (August 2012). Unexpected Exemplar By Kathryn Tate Jacoby Beautiful Woman Strong Inspiration Feminist ahead of Your time, What were your thoughts the first time you stepped out of your comfort zone? In an era when an independent woman was seen as an enigma, […]


01.30.15 Posted in today's words by

Frank Cavano’s most recent poem to appear here was I Make Myself the Center of Things (October 2014). Benediction By Frank Cavano Serving Benediction with Roy. My first time. He has been serving for about a year. He tells me it’s easy. Just carry the candle and do what he does. We leave the sacristy […]

Ice Dance

01.29.15 Posted in today's words by

Laura Zucca-Scott’s most recent poem to appear here was Summer Chill (December 2014). Ice Dance By Laura Zucca-Scott At sunset A blue heron Offers an ice dance Under blazing skies  

Angels and Gods

01.28.15 Posted in today's words by

Bobbie Troy’s most recent poem to appear here was What We Are (December 2014). Angels and Gods By Bobbie Troy people seek angels and gods when life’s problems seem insurmountable when bodies and minds become frail when hope fails and depression sets in but most of all when the tangible is not enough people seek […]

Lost and Found

01.27.15 Posted in today's words by

Anita Haas is a Canadian teacher and writer living in Madrid, Spain. Her published work includes 3 books on film, a novella, and articles, poems, and stories in English and Spanish in journals including Poetry Quarterly, Red Dashboard Dime Novels, and Parody Magazine. Lost and Found By Anita Haas I grieve the stillness …………of the mute […]

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