I remember my moment and our
surprise as we rotated between what you assumed were
derisory drawings, bad poems and loves that were rotten.
Travelling from one side of an immovable leaning on the table.
The words don't fit. They rarely do.
By Tom Merriman
Sustainable Living & Wildlife Conservation in Kenya Blog
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mapping the nest
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poetry by latino poet Nathan Bonilla
life: a decade longer
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where birds turn into words
because anything is possible with Charisma
Brian Marggraf, Author of Dream Brother: A Novel, Independent publishing advocate, New York City dweller
A literary compass for finding your voice..."You turn toward me, your lips move, wanting to speak."--Stephen Dobyns, "Wolves In The Street"
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frightfully wondrous things happen here.
Pictures and Poetry: A Journal of Nature and Self-Discovery
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