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Flowerpot Ash by Genady Arkhipau

[tabby title="Poem"] Quietly rad with cerulean blue, Park is deserted, left for Lone bicyclist stretching the edges, Whipping the city with angst. You float boringly confident, weightless A fish, that's too big for my net. By the magic of night...

Jewel Toned Memories by Michele Vecchitto

[tabby title="Poem"] Adorned in amethyst, tourmaline, or sapphire blue, the clothes she wears set off her silver-white hair and olive skin, unblemished by wrinkles or worry They match the sparkle in her eyes Truth lies there somewhere, deep in those...

Old Bomb in April 2018 by Francis Conlon

[tabby title="Poem"] An April drama did raise all eyes, In Berlin soil, an old bomb appears, Not the first time but a surprise, An old war debt is in arrears. Treated now, it must be undone, Neutralized with respect and...

Self-Portrait by Lee Evans

[tabby title="Poem"] All day I carry it around with me, In a frame that borders the end of the world. I don’t know where to hang it, This portrait of death. It seems to be hanging everywhere; I want it...

Grandparent’s Eyes by Francis Conlon

[tabby title="Poem"] There is indeed that gentle gaze, From the elder who saw no wrong, I recall now through history's haze, The grandparent who moved by gentle song. Myself, I'm there, as age does go, With eyes to select what...