Monthly Archives: September 2014

The Dead Don’t Go Away

The Dead Don’t Go Away By Bobbie Troy the dead don’t go away they are just silent sometimes then quietly visit when you least expect it and plant another flower in your heart A Little Grayer Now I saw him … Continue reading

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Laura Zucca-Scott

Just Fishing We were fishing Under a thunderstorm Lighting striking Soaking wet Vulnerable Elated Irresponsibly happy Smelling like muddy water I feel alive Again Bio Laura regards reading and writing as essential elements of life. She is a bilingual writer … Continue reading

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Souvik Chakraborty

ASSURANCE By Souvik Chakraborty This is one of the coldest winters I’ve ever known, And all its venomous stings, I silently endure. The dull morning light brings neither joy nor hope, But I don’t beg for it to end; I … Continue reading

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Michael Brown

Award winning American poet/author of 18 books including 7 volumes of poetry; recipient of the NYS Senator’s award for poetry; recipient of China’s national labor day award (top ranked foreign expert) for 2011;2012;2013; and 2014; published widely and most recently … Continue reading

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Harris Tobias gives us something to think about.

AFTER By Harris Tobias What will become of me after I’m dead? When the fire has cooled and the ashes are spread What will become of me then? When the rabbi has spoken The condolences said When funeral’s over And … Continue reading

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