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Four by Charlene James-Duguid

11.12.17 Posted in today's words by

Charlene James-Duguid’s most recent poem to appear here was “Deny Friday 13” (October 2017) We age, shop, hold hands. Not much else to do, when body Is tin can for soul. * Little left in life. Relish what is and can be. Caterpillar does. * Happy thoughts flap wild, Clothesline full, gamely whipped as Small […]


Time Zones

11.11.17 Posted in today's words by

Hiram Larew’s most recent poem to appear here was “Find” (September 2017) Hear Hiram Larew read this poem here (link downloads an audio file). Time Zones By Hiram Larew Instant isn’t enough And simultaneous is so poor Once upon a time is clueless Here we go again seems so what Toujours l’amour means hardly Hippety […]


Whither are you bound

11.10.17 Posted in today's words by

Sue Davis Gabbay’s most recent poem to appear here was “My memories of” (October 2017) Whither are you bound Cloud Man in a cloud canoe As you paddle through the Sky?          I go in search of the great Father of Rivers to beg a favor. What then do you need? Your […]


Jay-Z Negotiating Tidal Deal, 2017

11.09.17 Posted in today's words by

Maalik Howard lives and writes in Virginia. This is his first poem to publish at vox poetica.  Jay-Z Negotiating Tidal Deal, 2017 Inspired by the style of David Wohjan By Maalik Howard The man from Marcy Projects in Brooklyn, Once avid dope dealer who staged 8 golden ropes around his neck, Complementarily heavier, if not as heavy, […]


15 Minutes of Poetry with Author Cliff Brooks

11.08.17 Posted in Blog Talk Radio by

Author Cliff Brooks makes a return appearance to talk about his new books, Athena Departs and Exiles of Eden, his many other endeavors, and the aesthetic of contemporary poetry of the American South.


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