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  September 26, 2022

Silence of the Poets – Has an Ancient Tradition of Commemorative Verse Died with the Queen?

Public poetry isn’t dead. But our poets’ responses to the death of the queen – the silent, the awkward, the confrontational – tell us much, as ever, about the societies we live in....

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  September 23, 2022

Children of the Snarl

What I consider my second "mature" or well-realized poem to come out in a publication of note (UP's 𝘋𝘪𝘭𝘪𝘮𝘢𝘯 𝘙𝘦𝘷𝘪𝘦𝘸). 'Children of the Snarl' is also the title of my first book of poems published by Aklat Peskador, 1988....

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  September 21, 2022


I saw an x‑ray of my skull. See­ing one’s x-ray, or receiv­ing any kind of med­ical report can be unset­tling....

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  September 18, 2022

What I Want to Do Most of the Time

How many children feel this way about their parents?...

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  September 01, 2022

In His Lover’s House, A Father Rises

A poem about a daughter who finds her father's clothes, clothes she remembers washing and ironing, in his lover's home....

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  September 01, 2022

The Happening While Dog-walking along Escriva Drive

Roberto “Argee” Guevarra is a lawyer by profession, an activist by preoccupation and a poet by vocation. He is kept sane by Zippo, a French bulldog, which is the subject of the poem....

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