Picks of the Month

June

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Letters to Herself

I woke up speaking in riddles, heart raging against a world shaking, changing, escaping my mother cried soft lullabies of light and mystery in a...

April

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Bee's Journey - (the last leg)

We take it for granted that to make a journey is to travel from A to B, but it's not always as simple as that. There are often so many stops and...
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Poem of the week
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...My Reflection (Poetry Monthly)

I’m driving and it’s night and I can’t see anything but the blackness. And the road ahead and cat’s eyes being devoured and Lost Highway did it...
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March

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Poem of the week
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Bombinations

By CBS Television. - eBay item photo front photo back, Public Domain, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=21224677
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Story of the week
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COSMIC ARBORETUM

The café in the village square was once a well-known haunt of agitators who, in my youth, scribbled polemics on the backs of menus. They were mopped...
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February

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recoil

You said Everybody told me to avoid you you're too unstable for me. I can turn myself inside out if that's what you want but I'll still be lost at...
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An Ending

The cursor blinks steadily, beating out non-human time without mercy. I break its gaze to look out of the grimy first-floor window. Above the parade...

January

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Story of the week
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As long as sea beats on stone

The sleek body of the dive bomber plunged, the arc of its wingspan and tremendous feedbacked screech cutting the air around it to ribbons. The ships...
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Triptych 1: Mass

Mother in a mantilla rubs her spit dampened handkerchief across a child’s face, not clean enough for God, who lives inside and judges us all. She...

December

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Poem of the week
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Hoc Erat in Votis (Poetry Monthly)

"How many raindrops?" - Mark Danielewksi
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