Monthly Archives: October 2016

Len Kuntz

Your Spot On The Mattress  The bed moves on its own volition Like a slain elephant squirming away from poachers Sometimes its sheets try to strangle Pillows want to smother Coiled springs search for a jugular But there is no … Continue reading

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Laura Zucca-Scott

Pansies I still remember you as a child Offering me a bouquet of pansies Their bright yellow eyes Hiding in a velvet touch Of a violet dream I placed it on the handlebars My motorbike next to me Red and … Continue reading

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Michael Ceraolo Debuts

Cleveland Cinquains Creek’s edge- in the backyard of a suburban house carved deer are permanently on patrol Fake deer at a second suburban residence is unartistically posed as a pet Roadside- deer’s dilemma: to opt for death by car or … Continue reading

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Len Kuntz

Frayed and Worn  But here we are Ten breaths older Bloated moon in the window Sky black as onyx Stars too shy to stare As we raid the inventories Of all our old wounds And you sort through the album … Continue reading

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Looking Down from a Mountain

Laura Zucca-Scott  Looking down from the mountain top It did not seem too bad Small wounds in a pristine land After the roaring thunder Broke the shaky terrain The Bell Tower of Saint Zeno’s Cathedral Standing tall in the distance … Continue reading

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