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Contributor Series 4: Aspects of the Elephant, Sentiment’s Chowder

02.26.10 Posted in Contributor Series 4, today's words by

Contributor Series 4: Aspects of the Elephant Sentiment’s Chowder By KJ Hannah Greenberg Long distance lovers, all Doilies and belvederes, Like sweet, European fish Served with ketchup. Local friends, in contrast, Accept stewed heads, Braised flanks, Sometimes even sentiment’s chowder. KJ Hannah Greenberg’s poetry (Living as Though It Matters, My Boyfriend Coughs up Platitudes, Mala’alot […]


Contributor Series 4: Aspects of the Elephant, Excerpt from the Diary of a Man Growing Old

02.25.10 Posted in Contributor Series 4, today's words by

Contributor Series 4: Aspects of the Elephant Excerpt from the Diary of a Man Growing Old (December 20, 2009) By Neil Ellman Cleaning out my closet I came upon an old sports coat Harris Tweed The color of Coney Island sand in the rain That I had purchased more than forty years before Collars like […]


Contributor Series 4: Aspects of the Elephant, Dreams of Ramona

02.24.10 Posted in Contributor Series 4, today's words by

Contributor Series 4: Aspects of the Elephant Dreams of Ramona By Larry Blazek You met at the old House on the highway Made love in your old room Explained that the house Was sold years ago Was demolished and made Into a parking lot But you return now and then Larry Blazek’s poem The Hawk […]


Contributor Series 4: Aspects of the Elephant, For Valentine’s Day

02.23.10 Posted in Contributor Series 4, today's words by

Contributor Series 4: Aspects of the ElephantFor Valentine’s DayBy Jeanette Cheezum For Valentine’s Day he made me his wifethe next year we gave new life.He gave me jewelry for each of his littlegirls. Little did he know he was mypearl. Sun up, sun down, I always knew wherehe could be found. Together we madeit through […]


Contributor Series 4: Aspects of the Elephant, Remnants

02.22.10 Posted in Contributor Series 4, today's words by

Contributor Series 4: Aspects of the Elephant Remnants By Kim Klugh Shadows gather on a January afternoon; I give in to hazy memories of a cheap guitar, a torn bus ticket and clinging regrets of a song, unsung. Kim Klugh’s poetry (Yours Was the First Face, Afterwards, Jack’s Demise, Untitled) has appeared at vox poetica […]


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