Category Archives: Poetry

Claritas

By Mary Pacifico Curtis.

I feel like I’m losing a good, good friend. you’re not losing a friend you are dear but of those middle-aged verbs I’m interested in we’re marching along   i make my declaration from near empty family home mother no … Continue reading

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Cry Rain

By Mary Pacifico Curtis.

hit the roof, slop on, beat, drone staccato drops, hythmic and random – hundreds, more untuned brass ensemble gone mad together and not – splash through gutters and drains onto land the place of change.

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Get the Message?

By Dave Harrity.

A poem composed entirely of SPAM email subject lines I have something I want to share w/ you. How about a talk today? Did you get my last email? I want to recommend this special pill. Summer’s coming—spend much time … Continue reading

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Fear of Heights

By Robert S. King.

Face down on my stomach, the cat in me can’t help but stare over the ledge, my head a boulder hanging over, sticking my neck out like a rope. My fingers dangle over an edge of brittle ground, the place … Continue reading

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All the Time

By Gerald Solomon.

We no longer see that man that crazed old misfit wander up our house-proud street. Camped all winter on the subway’s iron grates, trusts in body-heat, a paper cup for coins. Stutters to himself some repeated sorrows. A mutt on … Continue reading

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