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  • POEM: Centrifuge by Dean Young (10/30/2009 3:57:00 PM)

    Just the poem I needed to fire up a rain-soaked afternoon. I am still chuckling over the 'glum geniuses prowling/ record stores, not getting a lot done, / mistaken for clerks with gum on our shoes.' This poem is a wild and worthy trip.

  • POEM: Crossroads by Joyce Sutphen (3/3/2005 5:00:00 PM)

    Joyce, I truly enjoyed your poem. Great philosophy, and one I share. I especially love the images in the last verse paragraph. The new freedom of ice breaking up on a river, the deep comfort and plenty, of soaking rain, the friendship and camaraderie of the hand reaching out, the warmth of a fire, and always the smoke rising to where we are all going.... Lovely.

  • POEM: Still by A. R. Ammons (2/24/2005 10:38:00 PM)

    My favorite lines: ground-crust of dry-burnt moss:
    love shook his body like a devastation
    moss, beggar, weed, tick, pine, self, magnificent
    with being!
    Because I got sidetracked by the abstract lines, I was relieved to find the lines above.

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