Monthly Archives: July 2013

Stanley Noah Debuts

The Force By Stanley Noah she’s black I’m white we walk holding hands we turn the corner where no one sees us she leans her body on mine I steal a few warm and loving kisses we continue on– our … Continue reading

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Eileen Frost Returns

Something I Broke By Eileen Frost The package landed on the porch with a muffled thud and loomed on the far side of the ringing doorbell. Through the rippled glass of the windows, sunlight streamed low and close to the … Continue reading

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Richard King Perkins ll Debuts

Orchid Wanderings When the most stretchingliest fingertips no longer touch the hand must fold, turn inward on itself finding comfort in cradle familiar. Leaves of evening flowers clutch themselves heavily, lacking the beacon for which they trellis their essential beauties. … Continue reading

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Antony Ward Returns

astro-nought They say a celestial body That once reclined in the heavens Brought about circumstances for life on earth And that this dead matter That was the cause of all living creatures Could also bring about their extinction. Beauty Remains … Continue reading

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Eileen Frost Debuts

You might want to read this to your children. Granna’s World by Eileen Frost Buckled snugly in the car, Kassie and Ryan travel far… Autumn morning gently trundles… stalks of corn in standing bundles; pumpkins at their feet. Past the … Continue reading

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