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SATURDAY POETRY SERIES PRESENTS: TWO MERMAID POEMS

Editor’s Note: In response to last week’s feature, Saturday Poetry Series favorites Erin Lyndal Martin and Elana Bell introduced me to two more fabulous mermaid poems. These poems have been swimming through my mind all week, and are too fantastic … Continue reading

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SATURDAY POETRY SERIES PRESENTS: ERIN LYNDAL MARTIN

AT BUCKFAST ABBEY: AFTER THE BEE BURNINGS By Erin Lyndal Martin I know they were here. Their vertigo twists around the wind.      It is my sickness too. I play blind, smooth over tree trunks with my palms. I smell the soot … Continue reading

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SATURDAY POETRY SERIES PRESENTS: ERIN LYNDAL MARTIN

BECAUSE THERE WERE PINK PETALS ON THE FIRST OF MAY By Erin Lyndal Martin somewhere sometime I’ll say the last thing that I’ll ever say to you.
 it makes me feel lonely now.     if I see your light on when I … Continue reading

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