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Green Water

06.30.20 Posted in today's words by

Rose Mary Boehm’s most recent poem to appear here was “Dreaming of Prometheus” (May 2020). Green Water  By Rose Mary Boehm Jacques Fath was a French fashion designer, one of the three major influences on post-WWII haute couture. A fragrance for men.  They say your Green Water’s top notes were Bergamot, Petitgrain, Lemon, Orange and […]

Now Later Then

06.29.20 Posted in today's words by

Jenny Julind’s most recent poem to appear here was “Joined unjoined” (May 2020). Now Later Then By Jenny Julind You are not What you will be Walking takes you From one place To the other And between them You experience Your way How could you Ever reckon Nothing happens While walking A walk changes Your […]


06.26.20 Posted in today's words by

Anthony Roberts is a veteran of Baltimore and Afghanistan. He is a graduate of The New School in New York City with a Master of Fine Arts degree in creative writing. His poetry has appeared in The Other Voices Literary Anthology, Southerly Literary Journal, and has been translated into Czech, Persian, Bengali, Hebrew, and Italian. He presently […]

Do Not Resuscitate

06.25.20 Posted in today's words by

Iris Litt taught Woodstock Writers Workshops for more than twenty years and has led workshops for Writers in the Mountains, Arts Society of Kingston (ASK), New York Public Library, Educational Alliance, Marble Collegiate Church, and other venues in New York City and the Hudson Valley. She has taught creative writing as adjunct at Bard College […]

One Hundred Days

06.24.20 Posted in today's words by

Patricia Asuncion’s most recent poem to appear here was “Tollway” (May 2020). One Hundred Days By Patricia Asuncion  Friday, the thirteenth of March, marked the start of the nursing home quarantine, the start of contact by phone or peeks through a window screen at you, now caged one hundred days today, Father’s Day. It’s a […]

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