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Category: Poetry (page 2 of 16)

Poetry by John Grey

Mountain Thunder

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“I Hear the World and Secret Whispers” by Danielle Emrich

Photo credit: r. nial bradshaw

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“I Wanted to Fall in Love,” a poem by Rita Joy Scavo

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“Tower,” a poem by Matthue Roth

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Poetry by Sandra White

For Your Convenience

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Poetry by Connie Lee

The Hybrid’s Tale

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Poetry by Kurt Luchs

TSA

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Poetry by Annie Blake

Between Fields of Guilt and Preservation

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Poetry by Simon Perchik

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You feed these birds at night

the way every feather they use

comes from a quarry where the air

 

darkens with each landing –it’s Tuesday

and you still have not forgotten

their return for seeds, endlessly

 

weeping for a missing child

a brother, mother though their eyes

are unsure how to close

 

when listening for a name, a flower

a river –you fill your hand from a bag

as if at the bottom they could hear

 

an emptiness that is not a night

falling behind step by step on the ground

–how open it was, already grass.

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2018 Spring Contest Finalist: Poetry by Marissa Glover

STAINED

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