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SATURDAY POETRY SERIES PRESENTS: KELLY CRESSIO-MOELLER

ON WHY I NO LONGER SIT AT THE WINDOW SEAT ON A TRAIN By Kelly Cressio-Moeller Germany was like a step-mother: utterly familiar, utterly despised. ~ Erica Jong It’s a good day for a lie-down, overcast and wet-wooled – even … Continue reading

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SATURDAY POETRY SERIES PRESENTS: KELLY CRESSIO-MOELLER

By Kelly Cressio-Moeller: ITHAKA Dear Penelope, do you now sleep among the catacombs? Scarves of white drift over the Aegean – an altar of bottomless blue. I have gone to the edge of the world and still cannot find you. … Continue reading

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