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Homage To Philip K. Dick
The illegal ditch riders of the previous night
Will deliver ice today.
Norman Dubie poet by Norman Dubie
on 7/8/2014
Layers Of Darkness
Anything that hurts great or trivial
Comes under the microscope of darkness
MOHAMMAD SKATI poet by MOHAMMAD SKATI
on 7/8/2014
Her Monologue Of Dark Crepe With Edges Of Light
Mistress Adrienne, I have been given a bed with a pink dresser
In the hothouse
Norman Dubie poet by Norman Dubie
on 7/8/2014
Grand Illusion
It is not 1937 for long. A clump of ash trees and a walk
Down the the boathouse: inside linen is tacked up
Norman Dubie poet by Norman Dubie
on 7/8/2014
Elizabeth's War With The Christmas Bear
The bears are kept by hundreds within fences, are fed cracked
Eggs; the weakest are
Norman Dubie poet by Norman Dubie
on 7/8/2014
Life-truth
Expectation too high!
Is it?
gajanan mishra poet by gajanan mishra
on 7/8/2014
Elegy To The Sioux
The vase was made of clay
With spines of straw
Norman Dubie poet by Norman Dubie
on 7/8/2014
Burned Bridges
When I chose
To burn my bridges to you,
Loyd C. Taylor poet by Loyd C. Taylor
on 7/8/2014
Confession
The General's men sit at the door. Her eyes
Are fat with belladonna. She's naked
Norman Dubie poet by Norman Dubie
on 7/8/2014
My Belief
If God is just He'll understand,
No need for Him to hold my hand.
richard harris poet by richard harris
on 7/8/2014
An Annual Of The Dark Physics
The Baltic Sea froze in 1307. Birds flew north
From the Mediterranean in early January.
Norman Dubie poet by Norman Dubie
on 7/8/2014
A Fifteenth-Century Zen Master
A blind girl steps over the red staves
Of a tub. Steam rising from her shoulders and hair,
Norman Dubie poet by Norman Dubie
on 7/8/2014
Stop not anywhere
Stop not anywhere
At any time.
gajanan mishra poet by gajanan mishra
on 7/8/2014
Reflections On My Time In The South African Defence Force ..
Forethought
There is in my memories sacred, holy and quiet places
Gert Strydom poet by Gert Strydom
on 7/8/2014
Rise Again
when you think on my
Downfall and even plan on
Okunuga Olanreywaju poet by Okunuga Olanreywaju
on 7/8/2014
The Novel As Manuscript
I remember the death, in Russia,
of postage stamps
Norman Dubie poet by Norman Dubie
on 7/8/2014
Tea And Crumpets
Would you care to love me?
Or would you rather have some tea?
Sandra Feldman poet by Sandra Feldman
on 7/8/2014
For Transtromer
In the cold heavy rain, through
its poor lens,
Norman Dubie poet by Norman Dubie
on 7/8/2014
South Boston Morning
Very pragmatic closets of falling water,
bath and sewer, complex
Norman Dubie poet by Norman Dubie
on 7/8/2014
Not The Bathing Tank At Madras: A Romance
The morning's mail rises up the stairwell
with its simple breakfast; postage from Gambia
Norman Dubie poet by Norman Dubie
on 7/8/2014
Stood I Still Waiting For You!
Like a lonely bird I stood along the sea shore
Not knowing how many
Geetha Jayakumar poet by Geetha Jayakumar
on 7/8/2014
Honeyed Salmon
I had salmon glazed with honey
It was wild and red and so fresh.
Elia Michael poet by Elia Michael
on 7/8/2014
Herman Melville's Book Of Four Sentences
The snow fence could be seen
leaving a woman who's eating cold noodles.
Norman Dubie poet by Norman Dubie
on 7/8/2014
Cantor, Frege & Gödel
Loosening spiders across the inert baritone
of transfictional time,
Norman Dubie poet by Norman Dubie
on 7/8/2014
I Saw His Ship Sailing Bye!
One fine winter snow fall,
He fell like dew drop into my beautiful secret lawn.
Geetha Jayakumar poet by Geetha Jayakumar
on 7/8/2014
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