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Jim Bennett it was one of those moments when the world changed when towers fell when a bullet reached for Kennedy’s head let out the echo of Marilyn singing happy birthday to a soon to be...
Submitted: April 18, 2013
Chad Norman Mary rolling in the sand; a small sealed box in grass by the beach How our planet withstands the many lives roiling the lithe hopes of restoration and overcoming the conquests...
Submitted: April 18, 2013
Arthur C. Ford, Sr. People, People the headlines say: “Before society puts you away Cast your votes, place your bets Make sure you get your dose of sucsex”. It’s two in one if you get all...
Submitted: April 18, 2013
Byron Beynon A memory within music, a ripening with vineyards overgrown, and your mind’s ear in tune; alert with days you look through a small window at strangers, the relentless wave-pulse...
Submitted: April 18, 2013
Alyssa Cooper That was the first night that I carried your lights home; I’d kept them safe through night, and carried them with fragile hands – and they led me home. I’ll remember that...
Submitted: April 18, 2013
Donal Mahoney Opal Ruff, at the age of 83, had been sitting in the same corner of the red vinyl couch in the tiny lobby of the New Morse Hotel almost every day for the last three years. Her...
Submitted: April 18, 2013
Felino A. Soriano Tagged: Felino A. Soriano, Issue One, poetry, winter 2013
Submitted: January 8, 2013
Felino A. Soriano Tagged: Felino A. Soriano, Issue One, poetry, winter 2013
Submitted: January 8, 2013
Felino A. Soriano togetherness in the fathom of bodies sans the rules of regulated being earth within a rotating spectrum within a targeted rise of noon, its necessary role of time’s...
Submitted: January 8, 2013
Ali Znaidi after the indolent sun turned scorching, & lights unsheathed at midday, head spinned, anticipating dizziness & confusion & these questions each a thistle thorny and...
Submitted: January 8, 2013
Ali Znaidi This humanity, this diversity like endless lightning through the night. This humanity, & its divergencies, like a river w/ a delta at its mouth. But how come water is always...
Submitted: January 8, 2013
Ali Znaidi A dandelion speaks impromptu, & so does the angry tramp, His words, sharp like a lion’s tooth, [dent de lion] & if there is something that amazes it is the use of his...
Submitted: January 8, 2013
Donal Mahoney In 1948 Booger McNulty’s coal yard stirred constant gossip among the citizens who lived in the little bungalows on the narrow blocks in my far corner of Chicago. That was more...
Submitted: January 8, 2013
Ashley Bovan Claws on bough, A beak ready to serrate your eyes, Prepare your heart through ribs, Milk your stomach for liquid and fragments, Flaps of tongue, Genitals. A blood darkness...
Submitted: January 8, 2013
Ashley Bovan From Greenbank and Freedom Fields to Cattedown Wharf then up to Deadman’s Bay where even the rats die Walk along Teats Hill Road over the bridge to the Barbican Mayflower Steps...
Submitted: January 8, 2013
Ashley Bovan Early pm: our dialogue floats and trails, rambles along the circular path that follows the stream, forks around two houses, turns back into the main road. The regular odours of...
Submitted: January 8, 2013
Claude Alick Everything seemed very quiet until that black man entered the room carrying a clock with big bright numbers in one hand, and a calendar decorate with images of little ceramic...
Submitted: January 8, 2013
Dianalee Velie I walked into the room and everyone rose, being their queen now, I expected it. Prince charming had died, of a concussion, after losing his balance dancing around in my eight...
Submitted: January 8, 2013
An excerpt from the book “Save Send Delete” Danusha Goska Look – it’s fantastic: a carpenter in Israel two thousand years ago is crucified, and that fixes everything, everywhere, for...
Submitted: January 8, 2013
for Maram Al-Massri Dianalee Velie Vibrant sexuality explodes in your poems, ripe and passionate against your chaste Syrian upbringing, a stark dichotomy like the title of your book, the...
Submitted: January 8, 2013

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