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About vision791

Pushcart nominee Jeanette Cheezum has been published on several online writing sites and in fifteen Anthology books and four poetry books. Three of these books have made the New York Times Best Sellers list. Awarded The Helium Networks Premium Writer’s Badge, Bronze Creative Writing Award and a Marketplace Writers award. Recently she has published thirteen ebooks at Barnes and Noble and Amazon. You may find a list of some of her work at www.hamptonroadswriters.org

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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Tonya Eberhard 

Debuts


Recollection, 20 Years Later   I don’t remember. Not the fat green grapes sitting on the airplane tray table as my mother shook my sleeping sister awake. Or being led up the mocha-brown dirt path to my grandparents house after … Continue reading

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Nancy Scott McBride

THE DANCER He could have been a great one, his mother always maintained; an Astaire or Kelly, perhaps even a Nureyev or Baryshnikov. Well, I don’t know about that, but he was a great party dancer. When he got going … Continue reading

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Peter Magliolo Debuts

The Summer Fields Near Piscataway Past the moon, past the shadow where you grew  up in New Jersey I remember the way it was with you: the never believing, the never caring of your well-crafted song & dance got you … Continue reading

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