Feb 15
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This, Many Times by darlene maria scott

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darlene anita scott is an insatiable daydreamer and so-so runner who likes homemade popcorn and alone time–not necessarily together.The post This, Many Times by darlene maria scott appeared first on Every Day Poems.

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Feb 11
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The Path in Autumn by Tom Sexton

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Tom Sexton is a former Alaska Poet Laureate. His latest collection is A Ladder of Cranes, University of Alaska press, 2015.The post The Path in Autumn by Tom Sexton appeared first on Every Day Poems.

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Feb 10
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A Majority of Sound by Tom Sheehan

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Sheehan served in 31st Infantry, Korea 1951-52, and graduated Boston College, 1956. His books are Epic Cures; Brief Cases, Short Spans; A Collection of FriendsThe post A Majority of Sound by Tom Sheehan appeared first on Every Day Poems.

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Feb 9
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Roadside by Theresa Lockhart

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Theresa Lockhart lives and teaches in Michigan. Her work is forthcoming from Kaleidotrope.The post Roadside by Theresa Lockhart appeared first on Every Day Poems.

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Feb 7
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I’m Living in Oaxaca by Ken Massicotte

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I’m Living in Oaxaca by Ken Massicotte Hay que soñar para vivir One must dream in order to live. 1. I’m living in Oaxaca but I’m harbouring a canoe. I keep it high in the Jacaranda tree, lightly moored calling currents north; buoyed in the purple bloom of things possible, I sail the blue moon. High in the Sierra Madre…

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Feb 5
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Veils by Sindhu Verma

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I live in Bangalore, India and work in a multinational semiconductor company as a wireless systems engineer. I love working on technology but also have a keen interest in literature The post Veils by Sindhu Verma appeared first on Every Day Poems.

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Feb 4
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Wisp by Johanne Boulat

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Wisp by Johanne Boulat When the wind strummed The electric lines I think I finally heard it then – What whisper made The heads of wheat Sway in the timid light Of unburnt day – It was the flesh of clouds The breeze of opened reveries. ### Johanna Boulat is a freelance tanslator and editor. She will soon begin here…

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Feb 3
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Weekly Writing Exercises

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Weekly Writing Exercises Once per week we do a different set of writing exercises. Check back next week for more. If you write number 2, post it in the comments please. See you next week. 1. Start a poem with this line: And when it was my friends as en…

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Feb 3
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Clouds by Robin Dawn Hudechek

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Robin Dawn Hudechek received her MFA in creative writing from UCI. She has two chapbooks: Ghost Walk, The Inevitable Press, 1997, and Ice AngelsThe post Clouds by Robin Dawn Hudechek appeared first on Every Day Poems.

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Feb 2
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Sexy Under the Snow by Robert Knox

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OK, so the rain is tickling the earth
‘Good.’ ‘Maybe good.’ ‘Not so hard!’
Hail? You give me hail? It’s April!
I want a soft touch, an easy touch, a slow handThe post Sexy Under the Snow by Robert Knox appeared first on Every Day Poems.

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