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Colors of Life

06.30.16 Posted in today's words by

Mark Gooch’s most recent poem to appear here was “Easter Bunny’s Truth” (April 2015) Colors of Life By Mark Gooch Brilliant colors emanate from the crystal in sunlight Their frequencies the clinical response—so what! Pray, tell the colors of passion, lust, love, and hate Lust is red, as the heart is willing, and the flesh […]

Another Day

06.29.16 Posted in today's words by

Jimmie Kepler’s most recent poem to appear here was “Going Out to Eat” (January 2014)  Another Day By Jimmie Kepler He walked into an old midtown coffee house. A barista with sad eyes smiled as he entered the room. An old hippie chick with a mop and a bucket. A high school kid at the […]

Sing your little heart

06.28.16 Posted in today's words by

Charlene James-Duguid’s most recent poem to appear here was “My Magic Is Gone” (May 2016) Sing your little heart By Charlene James-Duguid Sing your little heart Out, gentle bird of happy days Bring small children glee. Most glorious of Birds, Bunting, dear, return now Make my sad life right.

In Another Life

06.27.16 Posted in today's words by

Murray Dunlap’s most recent poem to appear here was “True” (May 2016) In Another Life By Murray Dunlap I might understand In another life Why the pain was allowed Needed Deserved So very intense And why I pushed through Despite it Angry with it Tested by it Quivering from it Succumbing to it But it ended […]


06.26.16 Posted in today's words by

Bobbie Troy’s most recent poem to appear here was “Beyond Tomorrow” (May 2016) Introspection By Bobbie Troy periodically throughout life we must gather the bits and pieces of our selves that we shared or have lost along the way like sheep gathering their lambs we must collect and protect all that we hold dear about our […]

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