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The Rooster gets his say

The rooster gets his say

A cautious toe curls around the threshold

Apparently something with feathers seems a bit cold.

A something with wattles and a beak… 80 more words

English Poetry

Michael Schmidt, The Resurrection of the Body/La resurrezione del corpo/La resurrección del cuerpo

traduzioni di Chiara De Luca e Rafael Patiño

Intervista a Michael Schmidt

di Steffy Ubah

the original English text is available on the website I Don’t Call Myself a Poet… 8,945 more words



The changing guests, each in a different mood,
Sit at the roadside table and arise;
And every life among them in like wise
Is a soul’s board set daily with new food. 97 more words


Don't you ever?

And the little girl asked
“Is Papa Bad, Mama?”

“Why do you ask munchkin? Papa loves you the most !”

English Poetry

"The Napkin Trick" in Dagda Publishing

It’s been done before:

The inten­tion of con­ver­sa­tion
starts and ends with a slow walk
around a famil­iar, short block –
the light purse or empty pocket. 86 more words


Tribute to a Poets' Musings

“A good head and a good heart are always a formidable combination. But when you add to that a literate tongue or Pen, then you have something very special…

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A Poem for Women Who Don't Want Children

I come across all sorts of poems in my continuous hunt for literary journals that might house the verses I wrestle to write. Recently, I came across a jewel. 158 more words