Monthly Archives: September 2018

Christine Tabaka

A New Day Dawns A sleepy morning yawns, stretching its arms across the land. Moving into the light, reaching for dawn, at last burdens fall away.   Gingerly stepping over the crumbled dreams of yesterday tossed on the floor. Burnt … Continue reading

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Paweł Markiewicz Debuts

Paweł Markiewicz was born in Siemiatycze, Poland, 1983. He ist the poet, that writes in three languages: in German, Polish as well as recently in English. He studied both laws and German studies in Poland. In relations to English writing: … Continue reading

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Bobbie Troy

Clocks by Bobbie Troy clocks are everywhere on our phones, our appliances, our exercise watches, our ipads, gps devices and so much more we can hear them we can see them like a hovering shadow reminding us of the minutes … Continue reading

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Robert Ronnow Debuts

Robert Ronnow’s most recent poetry collections are New & Selected Poems: 1975-2005 (Barnwood Press, 2007) and Communicating the Bird (Broken Publications, 2012). Visit his web site at Snow. . . snow. A year in which each day brings one … Continue reading

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