Monthly Archives: July 2012

SATURDAY POETRY SERIES PRESENTS: WILLIAM REICHARD

PALIMPSEST By William Reichard The dead call to say they’re not dead, or they are, but in any case, would I please stop writing about them? All of my old lovers call to say they prefer their privacy, so maybe … Continue reading

Posted in William Reichard | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Diving For Dear Life

“Diving For Dear Life” by Ashley Browne Thirty years ago I sat on a battered Royal Navy destroyer somewhere off the Falkland Islands, listening to the BBC World Service announce that the Argentine forces on the Falkland Islands had just … Continue reading

Posted in Ashley Browne | Leave a comment

The Gift of the Wise Man

The Gift of a Wise Man by Janet L. Factor myrrh  n.  An aromatic gum resin obtained from trees and shrubs of the genus Commiphora, valued in the ancient world as a perfume and as an embalming agent. Traditionally, gift … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged , , , | 1 Comment