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A Man on the Metro

05.24.15 Posted in today's words by

Ross Knapp’s poem Escapism appeared here in April 2015. A Man on the Metro By Ross Knapp A man I met on the metro ….Yesterday He told me a story ….His story. He has told no one before ….Not his friends or coworkers. He came here from Colombia, ….His ancestral village Was ravaged by cocaine […]


The Glass Blower

05.23.15 Posted in today's words by

Christopher Roe’s most recent poem to appear here was On days when dreams are not enough (April 2015). The Glass Blower By Christopher Roe The glass blower plucks a molten tear from Vulcan’s eye and with the vagueness of his breath creates a shape of artful definition. Globular grace of fragile beauty spun and swung […]


Hey There

05.22.15 Posted in today's words by

Neil Leadbeater’s most recent poem to appear here was Electric Fields (April 2015). Hey There By Neil Leadbeater Putting on Hey There was my way of hoping to catch your attention. Everyone could see you had stars in your eyes you were so full of the night sparkle the cosmos in its fundament. Andromeda called […]


What Joseph Said

05.21.15 Posted in today's words by

Dave Buracker’s poem Wearing Masks appeared here in April 2015. What Joseph Said By Dave Buracker A pre-disposition to play hero, I am hard-wired as action star, activated by archetype; thrash wood swords toward threshold guardian tower, trash before treasure. In the backyard oak shadow, a child’s fear creeps to windows at night. Perhaps our […]


Just Before Winter

05.20.15 Posted in today's words by

Jeanette Cheezum’s most recent poem to appear here was High (April 2015). Just Before Winter By Jeanette Cheezum Winter hadn’t set in yet, The ground was still soft. The sun cast a brilliant glow on The window boxes he had built for her. The older gentleman stood Back to admire his masterpiece Of yellow and […]