William Stratton: Our Speckled Sides

Here we autumn, Reader, and it’s looking like rain or perhaps sun in the far distance, it’s wet whatever it is, it’s William Stratton’s “Our Speckled Sides.”

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Ari Wolff: Any Object Can Become Memorabilia

Today’s share gives us as much as a signed jersey or a well-loved prop, a commemorative thimble or a mud-rusted spur. Do enjoy, Reader, this poem of Ari Wolff’s, “Any Object Can Become Memorabilia“:

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Melissa Atkinson Mercer: Please say something different

For today, Dear Reader, may it please you to read this poem from issue #5.2 by Melixxa Atkinson Mercer, “Please say something different“:

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John Sibley Williams: As Spectator to Unenduring Things

Today’s poem share comes to us from the vast archive of what is always passing by: John Sibley Williams’ [>>] “As Spectator to Unenduring Things“:

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Grace Bauer: The Deceptive Day

The hemisphere is shaking off the wet leftovers of winter, dear reader, but is it through? What is and isn’t paid and evened up, in Grace Bauer’s “The Deceptive Day”:

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