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SATURDAY POETRY SERIES PRESENTS: MARTIN CAMPS

MOSQUITOES By Martin Camps Mosquitoes do not die of hunger. There is always a leg for them an arm or a deaf ear to their hungry voice. You will never see the aged corpse of a gnat. They only know … Continue reading

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SATURDAY POETRY SERIES PRESENTS: MARTIN CAMPS

By Martin Camps: DO YOU STILL WRITE POETRY? They ask                sometimes as if it were a demise in need            of a cure No one asks a doctor are you still curing people?              Yes, I have not been cured at all. … Continue reading

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