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Going South

10.20.14 Posted in today's words by

Amber Lampron’s poem Writing on the Stairs appeared here in September 2014. Going South By Amber Lampron We decided to go south to the ocean When the rest of Minneapolis Was going north to their cabins The price was right And the kids had forgotten The taste of saltwater On their tongues We dove right […]


The Man in the Moon

10.19.14 Posted in today's words by

JoyAnne O’Donnell’s most recent poem to appear here was Peace (September 2014). The Man in the Moon By JoyAnne O’Donnell Platinum diamond beats a heart a sole soul in infinite space fingering different shades of lace Romeo of the night, embrace me in your loving light


Seaside

10.18.14 Posted in today's words by

Sabrina Gutierrez’ poem Insanity appeared here in September 2014. Seaside By Sabrina Gutierrez Water pushed and pulled from underneath me, I let the warm sunlight tickle my nose. Soft blue stretched beyond what the eye could see. The hot sand seeped through my small, pale fingers. Looking up, I happily burrowed my toes. Water pushed […]


Seeing the Horizon With You

10.16.14 Posted in today's words by

Bill Webb’s most recent poem to appear here was Cancer has a long reach (August 2014). Seeing the Horizon With You By Bill Webb Dawn on the highway heading west Keeps us forever chasing shadows. No map, just follow Breadcrumbs of white paint Marking where we’ve yet to go. Long past South Dakota’s Fiery fields […]


Binary Contact

10.15.14 Posted in today's words by

Glenn Johnson’s most recent poem to appear here was Chemistry (September 2014). Binary Contact By Glenn Johnson Computer to computer Who are you? Who am I? Your heart? My heart? Do I aim true? Should I aim at all? Do messages of the heart safely travel the ethernet? Do trust and tenderness reside in software? […]