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December 7, 2014

Filed under Arts, Literary, Poems

By Samuel Goldman I rock blue skinny jeans. My beanies come in different colors like jelly beans. My love  poems are as sweet as candy. Someday my writing career will blow up like cotton candy. Welcome to the game. Eve...

Onto privilege

December 4, 2014

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By Lucas Herrera I Onto privilege, While standing on the rope With no net beneath him. Corner, where the bends forsake proper learning. Found there, a child bleeds out 2 blocks away from my mother’s house It...

Whether man….

November 26, 2014

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By Brooks Robinson While you were sleep in August Those many nights I took to the sky our memories I planted them like stars over September and October So by November when our fall came to take our leaves De...

And you…

November 26, 2014

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By Brooks Robinson Became hard to find Like a good day in the mix Of politics/I lost my mind/my heart/my soul, buried our love/became the building block In the turning point cementing corners where heartbreak hotel...

Feet

November 7, 2014

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By Samuel Goldman Major foot surgery placed me in the hospital. I woke up wondering how this was possible. Pins and needles were in my feet. I had to relearn how to walk. Orthotics help me move down the city block. What does...

Blow me away

November 4, 2014

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By Casey Heinisch Sometimes you blow me away With nothing more than the things that you say The only one I know who speaks with my tongue It feels like I knew you when the world was still young Your voice sings son...

Airport Crawl

October 17, 2014

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By Anonymous This terminal has seats that hold me cross-legged while I untangle my belongings and stare at the tiles with tired eyes.   It was only last night when I smiled with loved ones drinking white wine on th...

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