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Let’s have a coffee

08.14.17 Posted in today's words by

T.S. Hidalgo’s most recent poem to appear here was “Letter” (July 2017) Let´s have a coffee (as long as it is not a military one) By T.S. Hidalgo I decide to stay staring at nowhere, without trying anything (I thank you accompany me in my hour break). I see a man sleeping in a doorway. The […]


Ode to My Chihuahua

08.13.17 Posted in today's words by

John Pursch’s most recent poem to appear here was “Petrichor” (December 2014) Ode to My Chihuahua By John Pursch When you bust it down to the husk you find you’re chewin’ on shells spittin’ out bark, splinters, acorn grit plowing through years of shady hammock moonrise trance to finally pop free in sunlit smile of strewn […]


Generate Precipitation

08.12.17 Posted in today's words by

AJ Huffman’s most recent poem to appear here was “Fragments of Divulged” (June 2017) Generate Precipitation By AJ Huffman  The necessary tear mimics an ancient dust, stimulates recollection, the existence of interrelation. A stone index emitting fumes. Follow the makeshift tale (the oscillation is not fixed), visualize the liquid. [Spark!] The most addictive additive is logic, […]


The Feminine

08.11.17 Posted in today's words by

Michael Copeland’s most recent poem to appear here was “Aunt Helen” (May 2017) The Feminine By Michael Copeland Wild flowers, in the wind, soaking the gift sunshine as the soft heart of love’s sweet flow gives company to nature’s bounty. Sun-soaked tresses cascade her golden arms ringing lightly on moist skin of scented flowers filling his […]


Planes of Being

08.10.17 Posted in today's words by

Molly Frederick’s most recent poem to appear here was “Death in Minor Key” (June 2017) Planes of Being By Molly Frederick Kingfisher skims low and fast over his lake of poured glass. What does he see when he flies? A morsel, a meal. A chance? But does he also see the streaking vision of a mirrored […]