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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: OLAM, SHANA, NEFESH

From OLAM SHANA NEFESH By Jane Medved: SIRENS They think it is the young girls singing you see, we pull them to us as smoothly as oiled rope uncurls into golden braids. It only takes a few minutes before everything … Continue reading

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SATURDAY POETRY SERIES PRESENTS: JAIMIE GUSMAN

By Jaimie Gusman: BABY The baby carriage on top of the roof is too much. The husband says to his wife, it has to end here. Years before they were in love, the kind of love that was quiet but … Continue reading

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SATURDAY POETRY SERIES PRESENTS: SARA BIGGS CHANEY

ST. EUGENIA DECLARES HER ALLEGIANCES By Sara Biggs Chaney The girl said: I am not skin, but sackcloth. She said: I am not spoke, but symphony. My rib bones, how they burn for the Son. For Him, I will suffer … Continue reading

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