Poem by Dennis Daly


  Martyr’s Day God bless this gallery, everyone here Gathered on this our final cloistered day Of numbered beat and hitched, halting measure Uttered in reverence like a prayer, Like a congregation’s communion host Placed on each longing tongue, promising life. Outside the sodden air sags without life. Trucks pull up. Our armed enemies are […]

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Poem by DiDi Delgado


  Dwellings Which is code for the place my mind goes when you choose not to answer the phone. I never thought I’d have to plead or beg for your support, when the floor and walls of my vagina’s estate, housed you, kept your manhood comfortably sheathed, when the world around and outside you was […]

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3TV Presents: Navah the Buddaphliii


    Answers Stillness was so quiet when I spoke fidelity, but I heard baritone singing of angels deep thoughts of spiritually will be the most high power manifested in me. To interpreted who are the 12 tribes of Israeli America’s seed scatter among hypocrisy And nations of deceit bring turmoil to brainwash me Beat […]

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Stone Soup Servings Presents: Lissa Piercy


  Stone Soup Servings is a regular series for Oddball Magazine that features upcoming performers at Stone Soup Poetry, the long-running spoken word venue in the Boston area that has partnered with Oddball Magazine. For years, Stone Soup Poetry has met from 8-10 p.m. every Monday at the Out of The Blue Art Gallery at […]

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It’s All One Thing #47: Where Are the Draftees?


  Dedicated to Jacob David George who served three tours in Afghanistan and then became an anti-war activist who rode across America on his bike and wrote the song “Soldier’s Heart”. Soldier’s Heart was the Civil War name for what they called shell shock in WW I and combat fatigue in WW II and PTSD […]

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