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Lines From The Night, Josephine Rosenfeld Apr 2014

Lines From The Night, Josephine Rosenfeld

Manuscripts

The vanity
of the trees leaning over the rivers
adjusting and readjusting their coiffures.

The solemnity
of the brook gliding by
laughing as the rocks tickle it.

The processional
of the moon
bringing in its trail the princesses
of the sky-the stars.

The strains
of music ascending to the heavens
carrying the heart and souls of the listeners.


The Awakening, Harriet Bishop Apr 2014

The Awakening, Harriet Bishop

Manuscripts

And there I stood, a useless, living form
With roughened hands in worn out pockets pushed
And felt some force, not mine, had changed my will,
I turned my face up toward a darkened night.
There at my feet was spread an ancient world,
While high above there whirled a universe;
And far within the depths of treasured years
Strange, kindly voices dimmed the call of space.
For far below was all that used to be
While out in space stood life's futurity.


The Blind Man, Helen E. Hughes Apr 2014

The Blind Man, Helen E. Hughes

Manuscripts

I know you as you walk among my rooms,
Your head turned thus, your shoulders moving so,
Your hands made busy with the sound of brooms,
The many little tasks that women know.
Dear brilliant lady, as you come and go,
Is light lent to my days. In you I find
A roof against the rain-let winter blow!
Look on me, love, with kindness; for my mind,
My heart, my searching hands that clasp you-are
not blind.


After Diana, Mary Wiley Apr 2014

After Diana, Mary Wiley

Manuscripts

The clink of coffee-cups is pleasant here.
See, I have drawn the curtains fast, and shut
The moon's distracting light from our bright hearth.
Your grave brown warmth is heightened so
And I do not remember with such pain how sweet
The star's carress falls on the traveller's face,
When first he lifts it up to worship them.


Soliloquy At Dusk, Bob Harris Mar 2014

Soliloquy At Dusk, Bob Harris

Manuscripts

Turn low the lights

Half shut the shutters

Seek out the comfort

Of your favorite easy chair

And there

In the intermingled mists

Of lights and shadows

I shall relate to you

The Story

Of Robert Lee


Flames Along The Thames, Richard H. Jowitt Mar 2014

Flames Along The Thames, Richard H. Jowitt

Manuscripts

A thousand flames ascend on high;

A thousand voices shouting cry,

"Oh, God, why must you now deny

our homes!"


The Life Of A Pledge, Betty Lee Snyder Mar 2014

The Life Of A Pledge, Betty Lee Snyder

Manuscripts

Rush week, came, and after the whirl

I emerged a sorority girl

(Oh no-I mean a potential one--

My year as a pledge has just begun).


Two Poems, Mary Wiley Mar 2014

Two Poems, Mary Wiley

Manuscripts

Two poems: "Realism" and "Finale."


Question On A Street-Car, Jack Kilgore Mar 2014

Question On A Street-Car, Jack Kilgore

Manuscripts

"What do tired-eyed people live for?

They seem to have no joy."

"They have their joys the same as we;

Be silent, little boy."


Shadows, Donald Bradley Mar 2014

Shadows, Donald Bradley

Manuscripts

Oh silent strength

dont vanish yet.


Written On A Wet Page., Tommy O'Rourke Mar 2014

Written On A Wet Page., Tommy O'Rourke

Manuscripts

I could spell it out

in eyelashes but the invisible

boa constrictors that spring out

from your pupils

to strangle and decipher

every scribble are too busy shedding

their scales to sound out "delicate."


(No Title), Tommy O'Rourke Mar 2014

(No Title), Tommy O'Rourke

Manuscripts

Distilled crystals

in the fine print.


Antidepressants, Ella Paul Mar 2014

Antidepressants, Ella Paul

Manuscripts

Sometimes

I don't believe in anything


The Body Of Christ, Bob Barrick Mar 2014

The Body Of Christ, Bob Barrick

Manuscripts

The scent of embalming fluid

from bearing the pall at my grandfather's funeral--


She's Much More Than Cool, Earl Townsend Mar 2014

She's Much More Than Cool, Earl Townsend

Manuscripts

Mussolini's in the parking garage eating Fettuccini Alfredo.

I'm in a museum eating squirrel from Philadelphia.

Sometimes I take a shower with nothing else to do.


4 Tricks To Make Her Orgasm- Askmen, Bob Barrick Mar 2014

4 Tricks To Make Her Orgasm- Askmen, Bob Barrick

Manuscripts

Her shoulder, white like a page.

Her sex; her words.


Fate, Phillipa Schreiber Mar 2014

Fate, Phillipa Schreiber

Manuscripts

Clacking little wooden beads.

Moved by stronger will than ours.


Autumn Swept Garden, Charles Aufderheide Mar 2014

Autumn Swept Garden, Charles Aufderheide

Manuscripts

Nothing can grow here now.

This garden is Autumn-swept;

Here, by the apple bough,

You turned and wept.


Armor Against Death, Betty Richart Mar 2014

Armor Against Death, Betty Richart

Manuscripts

At last the hour of peace, the voices stilled

The contest ended at last. The citadel

Is saved, and the sudden ambushes are over.

The night is lovely and quiet where we dwell.


Betty Ballads, Grace Ferguson Mar 2014

Betty Ballads, Grace Ferguson

Manuscripts

Three poems: "Betty Ballads," "Castles in the Air," and "Betty Loves People."


The Mercury 2011 Jan 2011

The Mercury 2011

The Mercury

No abstract provided.


The Mercury 2010 Jan 2010

The Mercury 2010

The Mercury

No abstract provided.


The Mercury 2009 Jan 2009

The Mercury 2009

The Mercury

No abstract provided.


The Mercury 2008 Jan 2008

The Mercury 2008

The Mercury

No abstract provided.


The Mercury 2007 Jan 2007

The Mercury 2007

The Mercury

No abstract provided.


The Mercury 2006 Jan 2006

The Mercury 2006

The Mercury

No abstract provided.


Ohio Fall, Becky Gross Jan 2004

Ohio Fall, Becky Gross

Cedarville Review

No abstract provided.


Raindrops In The Afternoon, Erin Clipner Jan 2004

Raindrops In The Afternoon, Erin Clipner

Cedarville Review

No abstract provided.


When Walking, Mary Beth Baustian Jan 2004

When Walking, Mary Beth Baustian

Cedarville Review

No abstract provided.


Chawama: Election, Whitney Johnson Jan 2003

Chawama: Election, Whitney Johnson

Cedarville Review

No abstract provided.