Poem – By Simon Perchik

  A click and its likeness can’t change, curled the way rain yellows though you hold on almost make out the grin that could be yours   –it’s been years, minutes and even with your arms apart you have forgotten the smell the fleece-lined gloves filled with dry leaves half paper, half iron half pinned to this snapshot still bleeding […]

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Poem – HOW I KEEP FIT (By John Grey)

HOW I KEEP FIT – By John Grey The sidewalks in the city are like exercise equipment. There’s a mix of long strides on the cement treadmill and the shorter, quicker gait of the elliptical workout. A few stand at the street corner, stationary pedaling while waiting for the lights to change. Some hoist brown briefcase dumbbells. Others try the […]

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Poem – By Simon Perchik

  Embedded and this statue still tightening its grip tries to revive the horse expects its crumbling reins to smell from leather and crowding –you squint   the way the general looks for a small thing encased in a season exactly where he left it   waits in the rain for your black umbrella to open make room for you […]

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