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By Laura K. Deal Do you see what I have here? A diamond of pain, Crushed to cutting strength By sheer determination. The fierce drive

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By Mary Oliver All night the dark buds of dreams open richly. In the center of every petal is a letter, and you imagine if

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Missing Person

By Nancy Deal I glanced at my reflection As I was passing by, And this brief inspection Showed a sight that wasn’t I. No sunburned

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Hands (a prose poem)

By Gordon Adams Each finger was different.  None would be called “beautiful.”  Not quite claws, but sometimes close.  The joints were swollen with arthritis, bulging

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Black and White cat


By J.R.R. Tokien The fat cat on the mat may seem to dream of nice mice that suffice for him, or cream; but he free,

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By Laura K. Deal I walk with heavy stride, carrying earthquakes In every step, my current incarnation Formed with grandiose attempts to harmonize humanity. Before

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Cielo Rojo

This is a powerful poem, with art by and read by the author, Maceo Montoya, from the site LATINOPIA WORD MACEO MONTOYA “RED SKY”

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