Monthly Archives: August 2016

Laura Zucca-Scott

It Never Stopped The rain never stopped It rained in the early dawn Beating the light The cold never eased Chilling the bones a Crashing the breath It rained on laughter Soaking resilient smiles The ground was sodden But the … Continue reading

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Ananya S Guha Debuts

Who Mourns? withering, decadent death in oblivion matrices of poverty disillusionment and becoming destitute of hopes candles wax and wane who mourns? Ananya S Guha lives in Shillong in North East India. He has been writing and publishing his poetry … Continue reading

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John Kaniecki

Sophia by John Kaniecki A child of incest This pure angelic dove Of raging raping conquest With no tender act of love But she is a child Sweet, innocent But she is a child With nothing to repent I see … Continue reading

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Donal Mahoney

Stranger Comes to Town Beautiful fall day in a potter’s field outside a small town. A funeral is underway but that doesn’t stop the leaves russet and gold a few still green falling among the stones without a name. The minister reads a verse … Continue reading

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Bobbie Troy

Shadow Walk By Bobbie Troy light moves restlessly on the wall behind me looming opaque edgy shadow making me wonder how I have walked so far lived so long with this other self that I do not know She: Older … Continue reading

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