Monthly Archives: May 2020

A Fable for the Bees

A Poem by Anon ymous Paint me the Agent Orange sky.  I want to remember the fable of the bees. You told it to me the weekend we lived with the monks; told me we had to make love quietly … Continue reading

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Liver

A Poem by Sherrie Acorn So I took the vitamin from the company that sues everyone even though they know they are wrong–how did I not know this?– and my liver went on a rampage. Did you know a lot … Continue reading

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Can a Robin Become…

A Poem by Robin Freeland I’m at the wooded entrance just parked my car and I observe fresh drops of rain on the Ford next door with a robin slipping and sliding Up to the roof of the car her … Continue reading

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Domestic Violence Abuse

A Poem by Adri From the mouth of a woman being abused by her spouse, “I wonder if this is how my life will be from now until I die.” He pulls my hair. He slaps my face. He kicks … Continue reading

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The Last Toast

A Poem by Maik Strosahl I drink to the house already destroyed To my whole life, too awful to tell To the loneliness we together enjoyed I drink to you as well To the eyes the deadly cold imbued The … Continue reading

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