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Secrets

04.26.17 Posted in today's words by

Bill Webb’s most recent poem to appear here was “Heart Failure” (December 2016) Secrets By Bill Webb You’ll beg to tell me At just the proper moment Indifference hurts too


I Caution Your Expectations of Me

04.25.17 Posted in today's words by

I Caution Your Expectations of Me By Ruth Hill I have depended on the mercies of sinners and never had the privilege of quality characters in my life the fishing trips were with a child molester horseback riding was with horse thieves fast cars were driven by fast men I didn‘t want to be with […]


Slash and Burn

04.24.17 Posted in today's words by

Howard F. Stein’s most recent poem to appear here was “Leaving Ghost Ranch, NM” (March 2017) Slash and Burn By Howard F. Stein O dark, dark, dark, amid the blaze of noon, Irrecoverably dark, total eclipse Without all hope of day! —John Milton (1608-1674)      Samson Agonistes [1671], Line 80 Nightfall, then midnight, endless night, no […]


The Inventors of Chess

04.23.17 Posted in today's words by

Barbara van der Vossen’s most recent poem to appear here was “Think of Something Beautiful” (March 2017) The Inventors of Chess By Barbara van der Vossen The inventors of chess were on to so many things. The ruthless Queen conquers slays and lays her life down for a stagnant frozen King before he’ll offer up his […]


The Pale Goth’s Mother Compliments The Pale Goth

04.22.17 Posted in today's words by

Nicole Yurcaba’s most recent poem to appear here was “The Pale Goth’s Father Watches the German Hornbach Paint Commercial” (March 2017) The Pale Goth’s Mother Compliments The Pale Goth By Nicole Yurcaba You’re like a piece of art, carefully pieced together, designed to provoke questions. Sometimes I don’t understand.             Thanks, Mom. I’m not sure             […]