Poem by C.C. Arshagra


© 2013 Ira Joel Haber Kissing You Hear as my silence is (PART I) You are the proof of love lives And the end of lonely is the completion of alone You are the fall of reality into the home of all is Shared The finish of time limited by possessions of measuring form And […]

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A Kick in the Teeth by Rachael Ieszenberg


Everything in this room is movable Except for the pit in my stomach And I sit there wondering what if If you hadn’t met her Her with those blue eyes And Blond hair Long and flowing Fair skin Like milk and cream Unworn by moles or liver spots Time had yet to claim And yet […]

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The Undead Are Banging On Our Doors by Chad Parenteau


It’s relaxing to shuffle on once sulfurous-sored feet my back no longer aching though stiff as this hard oak door. I’m in feed-mode. I see through cataracted lenses. I rend with bad teeth that baffle dentists and I scoff indigestion that once mocked my stomach in every bathroom. Through deaf ears they all scream like […]

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