Category Archives: Poetry

  1. PTSD, poetry by Dennis Mahagin

    January 28, 2016 by RJ

    “… Close your eyes, it’s about to begin …” -James Dewar What you think of my screen? Amanda I can’t …
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  2. 3 POEMS by Debasis Mukhopadhyay


    January 24, 2016 by RJ

      The pretty secret of the Butterfly At last she’s dead She’s only peace Survived by a daughter Who wonders …
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  3. 2 POEMS by CL Bledsoe

    January 9, 2016 by RJ

    Huffing Potpourri While Listening to Tool   I didn’t realize I would never love anyone as much as I loved …
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  4. Marines, poetry by Matt Borczon

    January 7, 2016 by RJ

      Had to sit guard duty on any body they shot but did not kill had to stay at their …
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  5. Going Out at Night, poetry by Ron Houchin

    December 31, 2015 by RJ

    Everyone goes out at night for the other thing. Alphonse for the annihilation of alcohol, looking toward the first pint, …
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  6. 2 POEMS by Christopher P. Mooney


    November 10, 2015 by RJ

    L’ amour fou – after Ted Hughes’ Lovesong There was a love between them He ate only her kisses, and …
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  7. HOW THEY DO IT IN SYRIA TODAY, poetry by Donal Mahoney

    November 4, 2015 by RJ

    First, we place the neck on the block and put the basket underneath the head and then make sure the …
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  8. from 555, five sonnets by John Lowther

    October 24, 2015 by RJ

    Note on the Text 555 is a collection of sonnets whose construction is database-driven and relies on text analytic software. …
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  9. THREE POEMS by JD DeHart

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    October 19, 2015 by RJ

      Simple Variations I was a nose and two eyes and a mouth I was a gender and a race …
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  10. Five Poems by Ray Shea

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    October 5, 2015 by RJ

      Compulsion / Shame / The Infinite   Compulsion   It was a boundary crossed and recrossed until it was …
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