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Poem

Aging Toward Fewer Sunsets

Much about aging is waning odds on a roll of dice, Things they don’t ask you to lift, A few more bicycle rides avoiding the hills And...

Sisters

When I am old with you, sister we will creak and sigh Like the floors and drafts Of the old house, And listen to the snow falling On the...

Poets on the Loose – Summer 2017

The Owl and the Mockingbird by Eugene Bianchi I didn’t expect to meet him great gray-blue barred owl walking the driveway as I sought the New York Times. I slowed...

Poets on the Loose – Spring 2017

Owlsley Lodge By Elizabeth Barnhart Twenty years a widow, Isabella bought the place in the fire sale of a by-passed town, a small summer home at village edge. As the house passed from...

Poets on the Loose – Winter 2017

The Stag At My Sit Spot By Marguerite Holmes I go to my Sit Spot in a wooded area of Memorial Park – under the only...

“The Cat And The Crow”

The Cat and the Crow By Eugene C. Bianchi Blue eyes in chocolate face squint at the door ears forward rump raised with a swift fix on my full...
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