Monthly Archives: March 2012

L. K. Thayer reading at “The Rapp Saloon” Fri. March 30th 8:30pm

The Rapp Saloon L. K. (Lisa) Thayer will be reading 5 of her poems 2 from the recently published book “In The Company Of Women” by Apryl Skies http://www.EdgarAllanPoet.com WITH OTHER GUEST POETS! THE RAPP SALOON 1436 2nd St Santa … Continue reading

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Spring is in the air!

Snapped in Foleshill, Coventry by Mitch Hicks To Spring William Blake (1783) O thou with dewy locks, who lookest down Through the clear windows of the morning, turn Thine angel eyes upon our western isle, Which in full choir hails … Continue reading

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“In The Company Of Women” book release!

*A portion of the proceeds for each book sold will be donated to Doctors Without Borders* I am a story… ~Cklara Moradian The elephant in the room is armed with breastplates Each time a woman’s name is called we hurl … Continue reading

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Juicy Quote

“Breakfast in Montreal” photo by Helmut Zen “Wisdom and penetration are the fruit of experience, not the lessons of retirement and leisure. Great necessities call out great virtues.” Abigail Adams

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Dylan Thomas

  “Don’t be too harsh to these poems until they’re typed. I always think typescript lends some sort of certainty: at least, if the things are bad then, they appear to be bad with conviction.” Dylan Thomas

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Stephen John Kalinich

MY EARLY DAYS A daughter killed upon a sidewalk struck down by a cab A baby mother left with someone else dies when i am at school an abortion in Spanish Harlem Twins  laying in a toilet that never had … Continue reading

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Hart Crane

Fear The host, he says that all is well And the fire-wood glow is bright; The food has a warm and tempting smell,- But on the window licks the night. Pile on the logs… Give me your hands, Friends! No,- … Continue reading

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Juicy Poem & Pic

“There was an Old Man of Girgenti, Who lived in profusion and plenty; He lay on two chairs, and ate thousands of pears, That susceptible Man of Girgenti.” Edward Lear, English artist, writer; (1812-1888) Photo “brushes & pixels” by Mat … Continue reading

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“The statue who thought he was living” by Emily Clibourn

My hands are cold, icy cold sometimes. And I don’t realize it until Im out of the water, until Ive crawled up out of the hole of the frozen lake and walked across the mist to my fireplace. His heart … Continue reading

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“Peaches” by Hattie Howard

Peaches, peaches! everywhere    See the tempting baskets stand! Luscious fruit from Delaware, Ruddy cheeks from Maryland. Orchards of the sunny South, In surprising plentitude, Furnish freely every mouth Appetizing, dainty food. Peaches in the market stalls, Peaches vended on … Continue reading

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