Monthly Archives: May 2017

Frank Adams

Relationships I fail at relationships.  It’s what I do, have always done. I lack an explanation.  I have good intentions; I respond promptly to telephone calls, e-mails and text messages. I show-up for meetings on time, dressed appropriately, and I … Continue reading

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Michael Ceraolo Returns with Haiku

  Cleveland Haiku #413 Upward mobility— FOR SALE OR LEASE signs have moved to the suburbs   Cleveland Haiku #415 A church— lighted at night with a neon cross   Cleveland Haiku #417 Morning dew— automatic sprinklers in the rain … Continue reading

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Sunil Sharma Debuts

The city of dead lilacs —Sunil Sharma The lilacs are dead. They never get a chance here! Every nook and corner, in Rochester, NY, you find them in bloom, flooding the area with the invigorating scent that uplifts. But here, in … Continue reading

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Sudeep Adhikari, Debuts from Kathmandu Nepal

My Ache is Winter  The words suffer a dearth, and the world a death when it snows inside. The white woes cover, pervade my little world, the bricks and bones of desires. Dungeons of despair, underneath / within. A shimmering … Continue reading

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Neil Ellman Debuts

Any Kind of Cruelty (oil painting by Paul Klee) Any kind, every kind of cruelty is much the same. Pull the wings off a butterfly or waterboard an enemy; shoot an elephant and sell its tusks for gold; or let … Continue reading

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