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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 fourteen ebooks at Barnes and Noble and Amazon. You may find a list of some of her work at www.hamptonroadswriters.org

Beate Sigriddaughter  Debuts

ILLUSIONS I. They say it’s all illusion. II. One of my favorite illusions has yellow eyes and climbs over my legs to get to the best spot in front of the fire in the otherwise cold house. She voices things … Continue reading

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Joel Schueler Debuts

Unstill I am the water carrier polisher of burdens, singing strong hymns of candour I am the cored child seeking brutal temperance. Cursed against the hymns are men becoming clocks. Their echoes frowning faces of crystal waters while I hear, … Continue reading

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John Grey

AN ACCIDENT FROM FIVE YEARS BACK Huckaby Bridge, at midnight, seems to sway though there’s no wind. Maybe it takes a memory to see the movement, to go back to a time when a hand-me-down Buick rumbled across it with … Continue reading

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Dianne Deloren

The Colors of My Anger PART ONE: There’s anger that’s a long, slow simmer Like my crock pot making stew. Stew, that’s a good word for it. This kind of anger hides itself well. It takes some time for me … Continue reading

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Paweł Markiewicz

Poemlet about philosophy. The dreamy manifesto. It can convert red fire of the Spartacist Uprising into azure felicity of the philosophy in feline eyes something hoary is enforcing an Egyptian glint as if a pharaoh would work magic the ontology … Continue reading

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Jeanette Cheezum

The Fisherman The red morning sky told him to work fast. He cast his net and cut the engine to an idle. Children waited at home while stomachs ached. Bills were due and oil was low. Gulls gathered above the … Continue reading

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Harris Tobais

Otto They called him Otto, the great desperado, But really he wasn’t that great He would ride into town Turn lives upside down But the town’s population was eight There was Nelle, the town belle, And bartender Zelle And a … Continue reading

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