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Small Worlds III

02.25.15 Posted in today's words by

Neil Ellman’s most recent poem to appear here was Moon (May 2014). Small Worlds III (after the painting by Wassily Kandinsky) By Neil Ellman Our universe through the eyepiece of a telescope like beads of infinite pearl on infinite strands of light; through a microscope infinity fractured into a myriad of warps inside its cosmic […]


To Exhale

02.24.15 Posted in today's words by

Kathleen O’Neil is from Liverpool NY. To Exhale By Kathleen O’Neil The fĂȘte is upon us, this is thanksgiving. The smooth, heavy taste of sugar and the firm scent of meat, spices. Tart fruits spill over cool stone tables. Even the wise look renewed, fresh and brisk. There’s no smoke; it’s long gone. Everyone merrily […]


The Box

02.23.15 Posted in today's words by

Marisa Gonzales lives in Cerritos CA. She waits patiently for what may never come. She is a realist with a big imagination. She likes to read books, drink coffee, and travel. The Box By Marisa Gonzales It was April 28, our eighth month together. He took me to a cafe for dinner. It was chilly, […]


David’s Smile

02.22.15 Posted in today's words by

Charlene James-Duguid’s most recent poem to appear here was Celebration (April 2012). David’s Smile By Charlene James-Duguid He could have ignored that little old lady, Waxing poetic and cackling like a hen, Over an ergonomic chair about to go at auction. He could have triggered his superior Financial wherewithal to get it from her On […]


English Class

02.21.15 Posted in today's words by

Anita Haas’ poem Lost and Found appeared here in January 2015. English Class By Anita Haas Watch! I say. Look. Listen. and Repeat. As I show and tell my language. I watch them too often I sneak a look at my watch. It keeps time as the beat repeats over and over Until the show […]