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Two Poems by Davida Singer

Two Poems by Davida Singer

who can retell throw me a stanza throw me a line a shatter a shiver a smash like bombs like guns throw me a phrase throw me a lyric boom boom boom boom like now now nownow nownow like poems that burst like petals like…

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Bringing the Mules Up Into the Light By Alison Armstrong

Bringing the Mules Up Into the Light By Alison Armstrong

What could they imagine, dragging those heavy iron cars along iron rails along tunnels so low they had to keep their heads down lest they scrape their long ears, tails, cropped manes or polls and their rumps on the rough black oozing roof of the…

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Four Poems by Saul Zachary

Four Poems by Saul Zachary

Bedlam in Heaven How completely human       that galaxies are moving away from each other       faster and faster. Sad that star families squabble       just like we on Earth and loathe their galactic neighbors       so intensely they can’t flee fast enough, making even billions       of light years…

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Transient by Nathan Noyes

Transient by Nathan Noyes

I’d warn him, if I could. He’s just like you. In this way he is your enemy, not a match. You’re perfect for each other. I wander on lights blast over the stage. I am ushered out, pushed through the emergency exit while you valiantly…

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Untitled # 1 by Nicole Olson

Untitled # 1 by Nicole Olson

Oh little tiny Medicine vials You make my day All the worthwhile I wake up in the morning To sleep in the evening In between the times I read the safety warnings Dreaming dreams of Ropivacaine Slithering through my veins I sense a growing inkling…

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A Study of Hearts by Fernando Snellings

A Study of Hearts by Fernando Snellings

Of the heart, of the blood Of beat of the heart pumping the blood Of those who respond to the love. The greater artists, the lowest student, the biggest jokesters, the saddest pariah of our time. I have loved them all. All have fallen away….

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Untitled by Teboho Lebakeng

Untitled by Teboho Lebakeng

temporary con artist Teboho Lebakeng’s poem “Untitled” won second prize in 2014 in the Second Annual School of Visual Arts Writing Program Contest. He was born in the United States and raised in South Africa. He is a Fine Arts Major in his senior year….

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Two Poems by Sophia Zdon

Two Poems by Sophia Zdon

Enlightened God came to me in a dream last night, woke me up in the silhouetted shape of my father, told me as light slipped through pale slivers between the shades that it was time. “Time for what?” Questions burned at my fingers and cinders…

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The Last Days of Mike Hammer PART ONE

The Last Days of Mike Hammer PART ONE

Listen In High Quality (Broadband) Listen To Mobile Stream CREDITS Written by Edwin Rivera, adapted from his own short story Produced by Justin Strawhand & Edwin Rivera Directed & Edited by Justin Strawhand Starring: Kevin Collins as Mike Hammer Paul Urcioli as Edgar Maidstone Toni...

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