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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José Angel Araguz: Excerpts from A Personal History of Want

Today’s share is a doozy — excerpts from José Araguz’s A Personal History of Want:

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Mack Carlisle: Double Bluff

Today’s poem comes to you (no-frills!) from the department of words you’ve gotta read. Here’s Mack Carlisle’s “Double Bluff“:

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Helen Hofling: Twelve Days in a Diamond Mine

Today’s flash comes courtesy the strange attractors and a certain fulfillment — it’s Helen Hofling’s “Twelve Days in a Diamond Mine“:

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Ana Arredondo: Wild Silent Drums

After a dry season a wet one, after a cool season a hot — we have some seasons, mix-and-match, take your pick, ’round ‘yere. Our thanks to Ana Arredondo for sending us this big-contrast essay, which we nominated for a Pushcart this year, “Wild Silent Drums“:

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