Monthly Archives: January 2019

Beowulf

…Many nobles sat assembled, and searched out counsel how it were best for bold-hearted men against harassing terror to try their hand. Whiles they vowed in their heathen fanes altar-offerings, asked with words that the slayer-of-souls would succor give them … Continue reading

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Death

A Poem by M. Lapin Death did not find him alone. There were others surrounding him, blood in rivers and streams, fog and smoke, moan and cry. He felt the bullet tear into his chest, another into his gut, a … Continue reading

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Death

A Prose Poem by Samuel Ace How is it you bring me back to the cliffs the bright heads of eagles the vessels of grief in the soil? I dig for you with a gentle bit of lighter fluid and … Continue reading

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New Guidelines for Poetry

Submission Guidelines Each poem must have a theme that stresses man’s (or woman’s) inhumanity. Please submit poetry to the following email address: mhbrownstein(at) projectagentorange (dot) com Example: https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poetrymagazine/poems/148386/from-girls-that-never-die

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