Category Archives: John Guzlowski

SATURDAY POETRY SERIES REMEMBERS OKLA ELLIOT WITH JOHN GUZLOWSKI

By John Guzlowski: LISTENING TO DEATH How do we listen to death? We listen to the sound of death The way we listen to the sound of the sea To the message the waves pound against the shore Their soft … Continue reading

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“A lesson about the stones that wait to rise in our hearts”: A Review of John Guzlowski’s Echoes of Tattered Tongues

by Eric Kroczek My first encounter with a John Guzlowski poem was as desultory as anything in life: I was eating a solitary dinner and barely listening to the news on the local public radio station one evening after work … Continue reading

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SATURDAY POETRY SERIES PRESENTS: JOHN GUZLOWSKI

THE WORLD AFTER THE FALL By John Guzlowski Eve stood there for a moment and watched her grace dry up like water. Whatever sunshine had lingered on her skin was gone and when she looked at Adam’s face she wondered … Continue reading

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