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Protest

To sin by silence, when we should protest, Makes cowards out of men. The human race Has climbed on protest. Had no voice been raised

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Raspberry

By Kim Hansen  Oh blistered gem of delicate weight, ruby red and alive. Oh mandala of bumps, perfectly replicating your patterns right into my soul mouth.

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An Old Navy Man

By Johanne LaRocque   His coffee tastes of freshly tarred driveway Burning nostrils, stinging eyes, feeding Tendrils of bitterness sprouting from Inky black grounds of

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Mother’s Day 2014

By Laura K. Deal   On this cold, wet, snowy Mother’s Day, my daughters study for their final exams, taking their education seriously, with the

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Just One Lemon

By Johanne LaRocque Started it all I went to Google For a curious look And found over 100 ways To use this fruit. I didn’t

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