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Stephen

08.14.15 Posted in today's words by

Erren Geraud Kelly’s most recent poem to appear here was Ferguson, Missouri (July 2015). Stephen By Erren Geraud Kelly forgive them for they know not what they do they could throw daggers at me and i would be happy a child of the most high has nothing to do with fear even as they persecuted […]


Mocking the Sunrise

08.07.15 Posted in today's words by

Laura Zucca-Scott’s most recent poem to appear here was My Father as a Little Boy (July 2015). Mocking the Sunrise By Laura Zucca-Scott We mock the sunrise In eternal struggles So confused Our names Don’t matter We kiss the sunset To hide our fears We live We die Each day  


My father as a little boy

07.18.15 Posted in today's words by

Laura Zucca-Scott’s most recent poem to appear here was Just a Walk–July 1943 (June 2015). My father as a Little Boy By Laura Zucca-Scott When my father was a little boy He took a train to escape the war The train was late and stopped many times Every time the fear of bombs grasped his […]


Description

07.15.15 Posted in today's words by

Harris Tobias’ most recent poem to appear here was Buddha (June 2015). Description By Harris Tobias I saw myself in the mirror this morning. Naked, old and wrinkled. I have spent the rest of the day interviewing adjectives To describe precisely what I saw Pasty and saggy came to mind. Strong contenders both But too […]


Ferguson, Missouri

07.11.15 Posted in today's words by

Erren Geraud Kelly’s most recent poem to appear here was Blue in Green (June 2015). Ferguson, Missouri By Erren Geraud Kelly A riot is the voice of the unheard. –Rev Dr Martin Luther King mingus’ upright bass rumbling anarchy like a volcano miles’ trumpet launching rockets at the status quo billie’s voice like fire, burning […]