Monthly Archives: September 2013

Bobbie Troy Returns

Bits and Pieces By Bobbie Troy the bits and pieces of my life were piled up in the corner by the front door like discarded newspapers as I was ready to leave I noticed a slight shimmering light at the … Continue reading

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Laura Zucca-Scott

Sea of sunflowers by Laura Zucca-Scott A sea of sunflowers Running through Open country roads The sun cooking the tired soil My eyes linger on one flower It stands out The head slightly turned away Indignant or rebellious I don’t … Continue reading

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WILLOW-MARIE Debuts

Octavia By Willow-Marie “Octavia” is about a spider with music inside her. There once was a spider with music inside her. Her name was Octavia and she lived in a loft some people say was enchanted. She danced through each … Continue reading

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KC Bosch Debuts

Manhattan She comes for her Manhattan each day around four, says it’s for the wifi but I’m sure there is more. Laptop as shield, she sips and she stares. It’s been almost three years now, She still feels him there. … Continue reading

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Ed Dean Returns

“My Bay Window” by Ed Dean My bay window on the world treats me to a delicious task of watching my garden grow. My garden is filled with beautiful flowers and children of every kind and color. The children seem … Continue reading

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