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I walk on my street which is ever so nice

05.21.16 Posted in today's words by

Paul Goldberg’s most recent poem to appear here was I sat upon my grandpa’s knee (May 2015).  I walk on my street which is ever so nice By Paul Goldberg The streets around my house are ever so nice, But the block is a block, and you wouldn’t look twice. Tree lined, broad sidewalks too, […]


Louisiana Bayou

05.20.16 Posted in today's words by

Louisiana Bayou By Ilona Martonfi I have given you my backwaters dusty dirt roads, a log cabin red mangroves, cypress forests tidal salt marshes, hunting and fishing shrimp, blue crab, and oyster— your offshore rig explosion oil slick floating around booms I have given you my Cajun music: a child of the Bayou by the […]


For Neglected Young Minds.

05.19.16 Posted in today's words by

For Neglected Young Minds. By Lazola Pambo                                                            Is it because I am young, That my outcry falls on deaf ears? Left to wander alone in this […]


Rusty Wind

05.18.16 Posted in today's words by

The Last Poem by Laura Zucca-Scott to appear here was Silver Waters (October 2015) Rusty Wind By Laura Zucca-Scott At the train station The wind smells of salt and rusted tracks In the evening chill I remember many summers When a day at the beach Meant so much Wrestling waves Laughing hard Wanting to go […]


Amen

05.17.16 Posted in today's words by

Nate Spears’ most recent poem to appear here was Realistically Speaking (December 2012). Amen By Nate Spears The door busts in with a “Boom” Smoke and flashing lights fill my sight Absent-minded in thought, loss and seizure took all in illegal search. I cast my ballot in fear of my last breath Motherless; far from […]


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