Monthly Archives: March 2015

John Kaniecki Returns

John Kaniecki This poem is a continuation of Wordsworth’s work. Return to Tintern Abbey Again  By John Kaniecki Misconception in a dream I notice not a true rhyme But to me it did seem A place from another time I … Continue reading

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Laura Zucca-Scott

Waking up By Laura Zucca-Scott Bread in my hands Still feeling warm Morning mist After a long train ride Running from fear and destruction A strong hand to keep you safe I was not afraid Or maybe a little Falling … Continue reading

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Annmarie Lockhart

Sometime in the Fall By Annmarie Lockhart No way would I open that door again. Forty thousand tears had washed away that story. There’s nothing like fingers on keys to chase off the impression of hands on skin, nothing like … Continue reading

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Joseph Grant Returns

Earthquake Weather By Joseph Grant Over the years, it has been routinely stated as fact by self-appointed experts there is no such thing as earthquake weather in Los Angeles. But real Angelinos know better from past personal experience and collective … Continue reading

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Paul Brazill Returns

Gareth And Fiona Go Abroad By Paul Brazill Fiona was dragged from the depths of a murky sleep as the rooster in the nearby farm started to crow. As she peeled back her eyelids, she noticed that Gareth, had already … Continue reading

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