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Dynamite by Anders Carlson-Wee

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Dynamite by Anders Carlson-Wee My brother hits me hard with a stick so I whip a choke-chain across his face. We’re playing a game called Dynamite where everything you throw is a stick of dynamite, unless it’s pine. Pine sticks are rifles and pinecones are grenades, but everything else is dynamite. I run down the driveway and back behind the…

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Feb 13
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Channeling Emily by Jean Varda

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Jean Varda’s poetry has appeared in The Berkeley Poetry Review, Poetry Motel, Manzanita Poetry & Prose of the Mother Lode & Sierra, Avocet A Journal of Nature Poems,

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Feb 2
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I’m Beat by Yuma Clark

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Yuma Clark lives in New Jersey, where he has been teaching for 11 years. Outside the classroom, his loves are family, learning, and fixing things.

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Feb 1
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Confessional Box for Those a Tad Off Plumb by Carol Hamilton

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I have recent and upcoming publications in Cold Mountain Review, Common Ground, Gingerbread House, Main Street Rag. Sacred Cow. U.S.1 Worksheet, Pontiac Review, Louisiana Literature, Abbey, 805, Poem, Third Wednesday, One Trick Pony, Plainsongs, O.V.S. Magazine, The Aurorean, The 3228 Review, Illya’s Honey,and others

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Jan 9
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Chirp by Hiram Larew

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Larew’s poems have appeared most recently in Shot Glass, The Amsterdam Review and, Viator.The post Chirp by Hiram Larew appeared first on Every Day Poems.

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Jan 3
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An Indian Remedy by Mike Ambrose

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Mike Ambrose started writing poetry six years ago at the age of 48 and discovered that poetry provides a balance and perspective that has opened up a whole new way The post An Indian Remedy by Mike Ambrose appeared first on Every Day Poems.

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Dec 28
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Letters To Old Girl Friends by Robert Halleck

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Robert Halleck is a hospice volunteer and retired banker who has published three collections of poetry. In recent years his poems have appeared in the San Diego Poetry AnnualThe post Letters To Old Girl Friends by Robert Halleck appeared first on Every…

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Dec 9
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Nocturnal Rumination by Lydia Wright

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Nocturnal Rumination by Lydia Wright i have never been a proper lady. my feet are too big and my hands are too calloused. i freely admit i am guilty of my sins, lost like a seagull who circles the bay in winter when nobody’s there. i am a perpetual winter evening when the farmhouse lights extinguish one by one, an…

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Dec 3
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Spring in Northern Japan by Sonia Saikaley

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Sonia Saikaley’s first book, The Lebanese Dishwasher, co-won the 2012 Ken Klonsky Novella Contest. Her first collection of poetry, Turkish Delight, Montreal Winter, was published in 2012

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Dec 1
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Suitcaseby Claire Scott

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Suitcase by Claire Scott It’s your father you must come really? she expects me to see him? to travel two thousand miles to see the man who sharp tongued me straight to Chicago, the man who told me & told me I was a dolt, a dope, a staggering disappointment my therapist chatters on & on about closure, regret she…

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