Monthly Archives: October 2010

SATURDAY POETRY SERIES PRESENTS: NATHAN REICH

SOMEWHERE IN COLORADO by Nathan Reich I see it here In the way the leaves are moving A hurricane will be coming Though I don’t know how soon I close the window and try To get some sleep ’til the … Continue reading

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FRIDAY POETRY SERIES PRESENTS: ZACHARY SCHOMBURG

THE THINGS THAT SURROUND US by ZACHARY SCHOMBURG The entire world was there. The magnetic north pole was there. Prince Patrick Island was introduced to Prince of Wales Island and these were not the only islands being introduced to other … Continue reading

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SATURDAY POETRY SERIES PRESENTS: BONNIE NADZAM

By Bonnie Nadzam: TATTOO When she told the tattoo artist where she wanted it, he sat her down, pulled up a chair, and leaned in close. The alphabet was written across his chest like a talisman. She could read it … Continue reading

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FRIDAY POETRY SERIES PRESENTS: ADAM FELL

COFFIN TREE by ADAM FELL Somewhere in the national forest, there is a coffin tree for each of us, chosen at birth, containing us completely, even in its youngest seedling. If we keep no one left to love, to love … Continue reading

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OPEN LETTER TO NANCY PELOSI

        Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi watching the San Francisco Giants play at AT&T park in San Francisco, October 7, 2010. OPEN LETTER TO NANCY PELOSI by Matt Gonzalez October 12, 2010 Representative Nancy Pelosi California’s 8th Congressional District … Continue reading

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Andreas Economakis

YOUTH IN ASIA by Andreas Economakis When I was a kid I kept hearing the phrase “youth in Asia” around the dinner table. These youth were mentioned with guilty tones and frustration. I equated the ambience regarding these youth with … Continue reading

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SATURDAY POETRY SERIES PRESENTS: CARL ADAMSHICK

By Carl Adamshick: HOME You had been gone a few days. The place went looking for you, unaware you were returning. I remained lonely in the evening when the moon broadcasted silence through the dust. My love was once a … Continue reading

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