Morning Coffee # 13

Where the author pretentiously post a poem he enjoys. Kai Carlson-Wee Thresher There has to be a tree. There has to be a sky. There has to be a chicken-hawk skating the dust rising out of a thresher. A ploughboy walking with a turtle in the head-high corn. There has to be a pool with a swirly slide entering the [...]

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Morning Coffee #12

Where the author pretentiously post a poem he enjoys. Inside Out BY DIANE WAKOSKI I walk the purple carpet into your eyecarrying the silver butter serverbut a truck rumbles by,                      leaving its black tire prints on my footand old images          the sound of banging screen doors on hot             afternoons and a fly buzzing over the Kool-Aid [...]

Morning Coffee #11

Where the author pretentiously post a poem he enjoys. A Poem for the Cruel Majority BY JEROME ROTHENBERG The cruel majority emerges! Hail to the cruel majority! They will punish the poor for being poor.They will punish the dead for having died. Nothing can make the dark turn into lightfor the cruel majority.Nothing can make them [...]

Afternoon Tea #8 – Silly Poem Addition

Where the author smugly shares his random thought of the day Nathan Harrell Sublime Boredom Birds fly between the windowed beams. Sublime bangs out a beat about the reef. Pale horse of email Death reins down on me. Boredom makes one hyper sensitive to light and life. All of the DJ’s surely have taken a [...]

Morning Coffee #10

Where the author pretentiously post a poem he enjoys. Beginning BY JAMES WRIGHT The moon drops one or two feathers into the field.   The dark wheat listens.Be still.Now.There they are, the moon's young, tryingTheir wings.Between trees, a slender woman lifts up the lovely shadowOf her face, and now she steps into the air, now she is goneWholly, [...]

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