Jaime Garcia: Rubidoux

Dearest, dearest Reader, we have for you a simple, delectable, ineffable, sweet “Rubidoux” for you by Jaime Garcia, just for you, here for you it is:

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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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Marc Harshman: Holding On; Seascape in Kansas

The thundering season, Dear Reader, passes toward and through us even now, and so then here: Marc Harshman’s two sun-burned prose poems “Holding On” and “Seascape in Kansas.”

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Beth McDermott: Strip-Mall Bakery

The corn is waist-high even up here in the upper midwest, O Doughty Readers, high up over our uppers, and we’re well aware of the eerie aerial view of the landscape, yes we are, young as we are. Today’s share from Beth McDermott lays it all out:

Beth McDermott - Strip-Mall Bakery [sample]

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