Oct 24
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Running for Home by Steve De France

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Steve De France is a widely published poet, playwright and essayist both in America and in Great Britain. His work has appeared in literary publications in America,The post Running for Home by Steve De France appeared first on Every Day Poems.

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Oct 14
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How I Discovered America by Brian Beatty

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Brian Beatty’s poems and stories have appeared in numerous print and online publications, including The Bark, Conduit, Dark Mountain (England), The Evergreen Review

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Oct 4
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ANASTASIA by Louis Gallo

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Louis Gallo’s work has appeared or will shortly appear in Southern Literary Review, FictionFix, Glimmer Train, Hollins Critic, Rattle, Southern Quarterly, Litro, NewOrleans Review, Xavier Review

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Sep 15
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Neuroscience by Harnidh Kaur

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Neuroscience by Harnidh Kaur I used to smoke, and a lot, at that, and I quit it, cold turkey one day- it wasn’t easy, my nose still traces the traces of nicotine that stain the air like they once stained my teeth, but I’m okay now, I suppose, I have a list of vices that are presumably under my control,…

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Apr 18
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A Note About Chi Chi

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I am Dustin Lowman. I live in Nashville, TN, and I write poems and songs. Most of my conception of myself is tied up in what I write in my poems and songs, and I have a lot of fun doing it.The post A Note About Chi Chi appeared first on Every Day Poems.

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Apr 13
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Mayo Clinic by Claire Scott

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Mayo Clinic by Claire Scott A hotel in Scottsdale, Arizona Walking distance they said We opened the door to A hundred degree blast We drove two blocks To the Mayo Clinic Met Dr. S. Crawford Who seemed distracted Forgot our names Mumbled a vague plan For the week ahead She didn’t look like the God He needed I left him…

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Apr 12
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PÈRE LACHAISE, PARIS by Beth Boylan

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Beth Boylan loves hiking, reading, and eating cheese. She tries to make sense of the world around her through the written word. Beth teaches high school English

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Apr 5
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Do Not Touch by Mirissa D. Price

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At the age of ten, Mirissa D. Price of Tucson, Arizona, awoke to a doctor’s rattling prognosis: she would forever remain in a nursing home due to a neurological injury.The post Do Not Touch by Mirissa D. Price appeared first on Every Day Poems.

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Mar 24
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Maybe by Myrna Stone

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Myrna Stone is the author of four full-length books of poetry: In the Present Tense: Portraits of My Father, a Finalist for the 2014 Ohioana Book Award in PoetryThe post Maybe by Myrna Stone appeared first on Every Day Poems.

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Mar 9
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Salt Marsh Soliloquy by David Sermersheim

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taught at The Hotchkiss School for 33 years, have had poems published in “The Aurorean”, “Blueline”, “Ancient Paths”, “Blue Collar Review” “Iodine ReviewThe post Salt Marsh Soliloquy by David Sermersheim appeared first on Every Day Poems.

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