Mark Butkus wrote about the environment for more than 20 years. In Mexico, he exercises the left side of his brain. As one of the founders of the Bar None Group he has edited two anthologies of English writing from the Costalegre region of Mexico. Caught between two worlds he now calls Chicago home.
Poems listed at Poemhunter first appeared on the Bar None Group website at: www.barnonegroup.com with the following exceptions: 'Absinthe Makes the Heart Grow Fonder' first appeared online at Stories Space and; 'For A Mother' appeared on the now dormant Basil and Spice.
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- Absinthe Makes the Heart Grow Fonder
- Charlotte's Shells
- For A Mother
- From Love and Squalor
- Labor Day
- Sunset Amy
- The Day We Cried: Remembering 9/11
- The Monster Under the Bed
- Un Rey Mago En El Nacimiento De Cristo
- Yours: A New York Poem
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