Monthly Archives: May 2014

Two Prose Poems – John Olson

Whereby the World Smacks of Mackinaw I assume my existence is a republic of blood and bone and that we walk through ourselves to places of beauty in a revealing intuition of consciousness as a form of headlight. It is … Continue reading

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Three Poems – Andrei Bely

Messengers In fields hopeless and dumb Droops the pale-bladed grain; It is dozing and numb Amid dreams that are vain…. With a high sudden hum The field tosses its mane: “Unto us Christ is come!” The wild news shakes the … Continue reading

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Selections – J. Karl Bogartte

1. They might wallow in the arcs, licking down the precious curve, eyes pinned for lepidoptera, whispering eccentricities, a very silent gasp. You fulfill the desert spaces, inflowering arc. The languid fruit of torches. A conspiracy of starry nights left … Continue reading

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