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Right to Forward

05.24.18 Posted in today's words by

Steven Minchin’s most recent poem to appear here was “Say Tzara” (April 2018).  Right To Forward By Steven Minchin since i’m taking you to the printer i think it’s only right that you go and mash up the letters i’ve sent you raise your knuckles and stab with blind submission and surrender that taunting copyright […]


I Remember . . .

05.23.18 Posted in today's words by

Rojane Jesper’s most recent poem to appear here was “Bird on a Perch” (March 2018).  I Remember . . . By Rojane Jesper I remember still one long-ago day, I took my little son to play. He had kicked off his shoes and had run with glee And watching him had delighted me. My boy, […]


Beaking

05.22.18 Posted in today's words by

John Berry’s most recent poem to appear here was “Robert and Walt in the Dark” (May 2015).  Beaking By John Berry Some scientists will tell you when grackles sit at a feeder they raise their beaks and puff up their feathers to appear to be large and impressive. I say    grackles amuse themselves, knowing […]


Uneasy World

05.21.18 Posted in today's words by

Kayode Afolabi’s most recent poem to appear here was “Two Worlds” (February 2018).  Uneasy World By Kayode Afolabi I’m the fledgling who flew off On knowing our kind needs no parachutes . . . I meet less space in the firmament Than in our little nests Missiles climb at me Raindrops drown my wings I […]


Traveler Lost in City Center

05.20.18 Posted in today's words by

Max Reif’s most recent poem to appear here was “Traveler’s Replay” (April 2018).  Traveler Lost in City Center By Max Reif “A crowd flowed over London Bridge, so many.” —T.S. Eliot I got lost in a great city yesterday, a traveler visiting for a few days. The city had been on its best behavior, showing […]


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