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In Your Eyes

02.20.15 Posted in today's words by

Laura Zucca-Scott’s most recent poem to appear here was Ice Dance (January 2015). In Your Eyes By Laura Zucca-Scott We are scattered in the wind Words of wisdom unheeded Laughter silenced by pain We struggle every day To understand To see A lightning strike does not make a storm But what does it take To […]


Bell Dust

02.19.15 Posted in today's words by

Christopher Roe’s most recent poem to appear here was At the coffee shop after the storm (January 2015). Bell Dust By Christopher Roe Sunday. The bell ringer rings the Revere bell in the gray, granite tower. Sixty-five times the bell is struck and the echo of its song builds up in the air; a lingering […]


Lost Dog

02.18.15 Posted in today's words by

KC Bosch’s most recent poem to appear here was Reading Is a Bad Influence (January 2015). Lost Dog By KC Bosch Lost dog sleeping in the shade of round bales. Dreams as deep as carrots. Drawing life from dark earth. Green stalks sway in the breeze. Farmer in Carharts at the Stock House bar doing […]


Let’s Call Home

02.14.15 Posted in today's words by

Charles Clifford Brooks III’s most recent poem to appear here was the collusion of poet & composer (January 2015). Let’s Call Home By Charles Clifford Brooks III Let’s call our home Spring Kisses, a structure born from fresh stamens, pistils, and nodes. The doorway is more than a wardrobe into some quirky paradise. No, it […]


Rachel Announces Jacob’s Arrival

02.13.15 Posted in today's words by

Stan Galloway’s most recent poem to appear here was Benjamin’s Sack (December 2014). Rachel Announces Jacob’s Arrival By Stan Galloway “New man at the well today,” said Rachel, panting, bursting in the house in early afternoon. “He’s Rebekah’s son, he says,” and Laban must have gone back in his mind across the decades to the […]