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Consolation Miracle, by Chad Davidson

In the pewless church of San Juan Chula,
a Neocatholic Tzozil Indian
wrings a chicken’s neck. Through piñoned air,

stars from tourist flashbulbs flame, reflecting… 241 more words


Belonging-The Troubles Within

And sometimes you have to face the disasters not like that they come and go,but periodically,to break and shatter your whole being.And worst are the ones that keep you stuck and you holding the rope of hope and waiting for your pieces to come back to you again and fit in the right places and in this wait you are sometimes a lot strong and sometimes more fragile with the uttering of venomous words or the dead silence,with the strange deserted barrenness after destruction in eyes that now what more bad can happen or the eyes raining down feelings so heavily,with the heart so empty or densely crowded and with the mind so sane or psychotically insane.. 15 more words


Last Goodbye by Oonah V Joslin (Me, as a Child Poetry Series)

Last Goodbye
by Oonah V Joslin

That’s me aged five
hanging in shadow by the door
barefoot. The linoleum is January cold;
the kitchen light stark yellow. 182 more words


Three More Bags by Ashley Parker Owens (Me, as a Child Poetry Series)

Three More Bags
by Ashley Parker Owens

I am sick
of garden work.

Picking/dropping beans
into gaping plastic bags,
dreading the snap/string

I am not allowed… 198 more words