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Wildfire

– Wildfire By Ruth Bavetta   Wildfire Moon dismantled, sun a red disk, reflecting sea a rusty mudflat, hot wind hollowing canyons, hills littered with dust, ash, soot, chaparral, squirrels, palm trees, shingles, Chevrolets, dictionaries, wedding dress, quilt stitched by … Continue reading

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Two Poems: Neon Boneyard and Disobedience

. Two Poems: Neon Boneyard and Disobedience By Ruth Bavetta   Neon Boneyard The desert ends in a pit of light, streets cacophonous in their escape from dark. They’ve pried the gas from its place in the Periodic Table, stroked … Continue reading

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A Murder

. A Murder By Ruth Bavetta   A Murder Crescendo of crows, sinister as black umbrellas preening around an open grave, conclave of shadows, damascene of dark. Where gilded flickers filled the air, there is only this enormous darkness. Trees … Continue reading

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