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Buoyancy - Sharon Mack

On a beautiful late summer day in 1967, just before I was to be married, my parents went to a neighborhood barbecue. I was thinking of my parents as old, then, but they were just in their early forties – still vibrant and youthful in the world’s eyes. 1,476 more words

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Iris - Elaine Verdill

A long time poet and photographer, Elaine Verdill has recently begun painting with acrylics as well. Her painting, “Summer Lake”, and poem, “Canyon Walls and Water”, can be found on the Arlington Literary Journal (ArLiJo) website, issue 87, at… 26 more words

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Nice Girl - Alex Feldman

I know what I would say
If I met a nice girl

“Hey where ya from?”

I think
I would be able to get a date… 169 more words

Poetry

The Priest - Alex Feldman

He was dressed like one
Black shirt, black coat
The white thing in the middle
Counselor of the faithful
Bestow-er of advice
Unlike me
He thanks God every day… 284 more words

Poetry

Light Song - Alex Feldman

Breezy and boozy
My sponge lips soak up
Cheap red wine that passes through
So you gently trap the bottom one with your
Teeth
Then pull away… 212 more words

Poetry

woman 2015 - Ira Joel Haber

Ira Joel Haber was born and lives in Brooklyn. He is a sculptor, painter, writer, book dealer, photographer and teacher. His work has been seen in numerous group shows both in the USA and Europe and he has had 9 one man shows including several retrospectives of his sculpture. 76 more words

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