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Ole to Somnolence

04.18.18 Posted in today's words by

Emily Warzeniak lives and writes in Albuquerque, New Mexico. She is an artist, poet, and scientist currently attempting to survive the unforgiving climes of the New Mexican desert.  Ode to Somnolence By Emily Warzeniak Outside glass windowpanes the sunset softly caresses you, The shift and the bustle of city fades, And the momentum of daily […]


Spring Haiku

04.17.18 Posted in today's words by

Min Kim lives and writes in California. When not covered under his blankets, he loves to explore new cuisines and scenic sites outside of his bubble. He enjoys discovering other experiences in the world usually behind a screen. In sunny days though, he socializes with peers and go on adventures for his craving. Spring Haiku By […]


Wash on Gentle

04.16.18 Posted in today's words by

Kevin Shyne lives and writes in Princeton, Illinois.  Wash On Gentle By Kevin Shyne I guard our house in stocking feet a softly stepping flannel man amid the whirring of the bathroom fan the furnace rumble the freezer’s hum their sounds as close to nourishment as flavors on my tongue. On my watch each room […]


Traveler’s Replay

04.15.18 Posted in today's words by

Max Reif’s most recent poem to appear here was “Light Mother, Dark Mother” (March 2018).  Traveler’s Replay By Max Reif Landing in Fiji again now on my way back to the states. Mental pictures of what it was like heading out, just three weeks ago, all hope and soft clay. “That fellow” walking through the […]


Believing Is . . .

04.14.18 Posted in today's words by

Maria Arana’s most recent poem to appear here was “Rain” (October 2017).  Believing Is . . . By Maria Arana Believing is deceiving the soul                     to which one’s heart belongs  It reflects the heart’s possession                     […]


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