Great Greats by Jeffrey Kingman

Great Greats family hatbox rolls beneath her hands asking, do cedar balls burn daguerreotype was shocked, melted every one so recent, the southern way to tinder buildings and her carriage seemed to be of two minds homestead barn’s drip of rainwater on the pig’s folded ear twitch tin basin sloshed heavy water and shoulders slant […]

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Salt Cedar by Tom Stanton

“Salt Cedar” SUNRISE CHORDS RISE SEE THEM GROW JUST THERE UPON MY FENCE GLORIOUS JASMIN COVER FORMING DELICATE MOUNTAINS A VIEW OF THE ISLAND OF CORK UNJARRED MEMORIES THROUGH YOUR SCENTED FLOWER BEING THERE MY 1ST FLIGHT FROM MY DOORSTEP TO THE COCKPIT OF MY FIRST PLANE YOU HAD PAINTED THIS VERY NOTE IN YELLOWS […]

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Poetry Open Mics and COVID-19

As of March 15, due to the coronavirus pandemic the CDC is recommending cancelling and postponing gatherings of over 50 people, and cancelling any gatherings in venues that cannot meet the 6 foot per person social distancing rules for the next eight weeks. For the latest updates regarding COVID-19, Solano County residents are encouraged to […]

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