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The Vines of East Rockville by Marianne Szlyk (Where I Live Poetry & Photography Series)


The Vines of East Rockville
by Marianne Szlyk

According to Celtic astrology, the vine is
changeable,
indecisive, fickle,
born in the transition to fall
as the air loses its heat… 315 more words

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Dinosaur by Kyle Hemmings (Where I Live Poetry & Photography Series)


PHOTOGRAPH: “Dinosaur” (East Third Street, Manhattan, New York City, December 2014) by Kyle Hemmings.

ABOUT THE PHOTOGRAPHER: Kyle Hemmings has artwork in The Stray Branch, Euphenism, Uppagus, The Bitchin’ Kitsch, Black Market Lit, Red Bird Press, Snapping Twigs… 19 more words

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Winter stroll on the Boardwalk by Keith Alfier (Where I Live Poetry & Photography Series)


PHOTOGRAPH: “Winter stroll on the Boardwalk” (Ocean Grove, New Jersey) by Keith Alfier.

ABOUT THE PHOTOGRAPHER: Keith Alfier works as a mechanical designer and divides his time between New Jersey and Germany, where he seeks through photography to capture the passing world.  10 more words

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Where I Return by Despina Karvounis (Where I Live Poetry & Photography Series)


Where I Return
by Despina Karvounis

wild peach blossoms visit once a year
in announcing the hope of spring

legends awake in baseballs fields
once covered with trees… 220 more words

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Battle of Edge Hill By Daniel Patrick Delaney (Where I Live Poetry & Photography Series)


Battle of Edge Hill
By Daniel Patrick Delaney

The heat of the sun radiates from asphalt. Concrete sidewalks and curbs outline grass.
Buildings and houses have taken the fields. 288 more words

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Extremely Middletown by Kenneth Pobo (Where I Live Poetry & Photography Series)


EXTREMELY MIDDLETOWN
by Kenneth Pobo

Where all trails lead,
our motto, though
some trails lead to madness,
others to blossoming cherry trees

in Japan. I live on Barren Road… 284 more words

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Carolina Winter Walk by Danny P. Barbare (Where I Live Poetry & Photography Series)


Carolina Winter Walk
by Danny P. Barbare

I love winter for its plump red berries
on a holly. When I walk
and see the proud magnolia, the… 171 more words

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