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Mother

May 3, 2021

by Richael Aniekwenagbu It’s always been your fault right from the jump....

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cat-call…..

May 3, 2021

by Richael Aniekwenagbu A woman’s body is like a prey to the eyes of...

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Luces en Baghdad // Lights in Baghdad

May 3, 2021

By Taty Hernandez, Translated by Willy Ramirez Hay luces en Bagdad, desde el...

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Hide an’ Seek Played Right

May 4, 2020

by Mark Desrosiers Four children playing hide an’ seek All fun to distract...

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Zucchini

May 4, 2020

by Deklan O’Connor (Inspired by Andrea Gibson’s “Maybe I Need You”)...

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Practical Appreciation

May 4, 2020

by Rae Miller I loved the eagerness of the wash on the line in the summer...

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Mouse Shaped Poem

May 4, 2020

by Deklan O’Connor A = Mouse = Little tidy mouse Cleans his lovely little...

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Sonnets are Neat

May 4, 2020

by Gina Guerra Some argue that sonnets are overdone One such person would not,...

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Do You Trust Me?

May 4, 2020

by Deklan O’Connor (Response to Hannibal 2013) I am the mongoose you want...

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Untitled by Michelle Loum

May 3, 2020

by Michelle Loum I heard that if you pray to the universe, It will offer you...

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