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Two Poems – Paul Perry

Promise You get off the train in another no-where town and are welcomed home. The wind leads you to a road and you start to walk. Where you came from is no where like this. A man is pushing a … Continue reading

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‘108 Moons’ – Jurga Ivanauskaitë

translation from the Lithuanian by Ruta Suchodolskyte and Paul Perry. I live as if swinging on the tongue of a bell sometimes hating myself loudly sometimes loving myself quietly ~ 108 moons stiffen in a rosary falling stars stick in … Continue reading

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