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seldom bridges capture the lingering depths. between the fluctuating conundrums of time and conscience. the elegant weight of apathy spends our bodies in nickels and dimes. the dissonant pull of  gravity sells our own panic back to us. distance's most exquisite of crimes.no broken ladders left to spoil our descent. no open windows to sneak us in. only the cold resolve of withering #horizons. as the road consumes our remains.find the edge. found by it. above the truth. below the lies.occasional kingdoms arise from the soil. empty feasts press the void.the war rages outside and within. read more...

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I'm excited that some of my poetry is included in this #new anthology recently published by the Academy of American Poets. Pick up a copy today. Featuring over 200 new, previously unpublished #poems this book has heft (and includes poems by John Ashbery, Rita Dove, United States Poet Laureate Juan Felipe Herrera, and many read more...

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  Translation from Japanese by Jeffrey AnglesPilgrim on earth, thy name is heaven,Stranger, thou art #the guest of God.?Mary Baker EddyThe shade of sooty quinceThe bloom of dusty roses ??And beyond that A fence of metal wire     entwined with vines Of spiderwort     or knotgrass perhaps? There    tossed among the plantsReclining     in a weather-worn wooden armchair Hands folded at his abdomen     like a dead #man Who could he be     this man who looks as if He was read more...

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Richard Robert Hansen is the creator of Poems For All. He distributes ?seedlings? of poetry and creates the cover art himself. His #poems appear in #all kinds of places and you must check out his blog #for details! His link is at the end of this mini review. My friend and fellow poet, Jameson Bayles, sent me five of these wonderful seedlings and I am reviewing them below. Each seedling contains one poem, they are each unique as any snowflake, as any seed which grows as you may well imagine. Enjoy these wondrous pieces below:banking onby Mj taylori create toplease you. there.i sd it.albeit read more...

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hard to #hide it from some. those who know you already, those who think they do. when all of a sudden you start treating someone someone you just met like you've never treated anyone before. hard to hide it. because they know you. they know the read more...

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Four fresh new #poems appear in the current issue of Woven Tale Press, the combo print/digital arts & literature magazine. You can read poems, short stories, and peruse some stunning artwork and photography on their website. I read two of these four new poems to a small but enthusiastic audience in the basement of the […] The post Four Poems in Woven Tale Press (Online) appeared first on Robert read more...

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Bones & Breath is the name of a book by the Scottish #poet Alexander (?Sandy?) Hutchison, published by Salt. It won the Saltire Award for Best Scottish Poetry Collection, 2014. Sandy died in November 2015. The title poem has the poet as a bird ?barely out/ of the nest?: Heart brims and spills. Words try read more...

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No one is more surprised than me about the popularity of Mass Poetry's Raining Poetry #project. This video, produced by New York Magazine, has 20 million views and counting!While I did not organize this project, I couldn't be happier about its success. Who knew that putting invisible #poems around the city would elicit such a reaction? Poetry in the public sphere. Maybe folks like the surprise of it, or they like encountering art rather than going to it. It rained this morning, so I hope more people were able to see the art on Memorial Day all over Boston.Where are the poems right now?Langston read more...

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That death, The f#inalised divorce, The end of constipation, The penultimate song In a terrible show, Time spent With unloved ones Who know things, Getting back To a dirty home, The knowledge You made it In #the end, The realisation You were read more...

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