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Poetry

  76 posts

  May 20, 2022

I Sleep with My Mind Ajar

They come in the dark, slithering so, they need the night, preferring you asleep, your cabinets unlocked, fists unclenched...

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  May 17, 2022

Mama’s Hair

Con­tained in this small pock­et of verse are moments of care, regret, guilt, humor, ten­der­ness, ill­ness and hurt that are all trig­gered by a med­i­ta­tion on hair....

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  May 11, 2022

Job at the Junkyard

Working with one's hands...

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  April 15, 2022

Love Poem for Ted Neeley In Jesus Christ Superstar

I didn’t come to worship but you’ve left me no choice... you still rock those power ballads, still heal with the same sweet force......

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  April 09, 2022

Momotaro in the Philippines

Momo­taro is best known as the boy hero birthed from the seed of a peach in Japan­ese folk­lore. For Fil­ipino-Amer­i­can poet, Chan, peach­es evoke ali­en­ness: Europe, cans, boy-heroes, Japan, and Amer­i­ca — peach­es are part of the glob­al world of trade....

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  April 01, 2022

Stolen Glances

Ted Kooser chooses an amusing poem about mirrors, and it is a rare one with rhyme....

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