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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Javier Perez: Petrichor

The scent of earth after rain, Dear Reader, a transitional phase, and we want you to know and share this poem by Javier Perez: “Petrichor.”

This poem originally appeared in SC 6.2, available in print and ebook formats. Stand with migrants, and read on.

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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Anna Akhmatova: Pro Domo Mea

We’re delighted to share first from our latest issue this translation by Don Mager [>>] of two selections from Anna Akhmatova’s Pro Domo Mea:

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