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More Shortages

It can’t happen here update The Trump administration is coming under increasing pressure from Fox News and Mayors and Governors across the nation because of the long lines at Euthanasia Centers. “Seniors should not be forced to wait in hours … Continue reading

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Karen’s poem Bulle de Bonheur is up on the Drabble

My wife has a poem up on The Drabble today. It’s her first published poem since sixth grade. Bulle de Bonheur by The Drabble By Karen A. Deutsch Before the plans have been sketched out Before the seeds have been … Continue reading

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My poem Fire Escape—based on an Alfred Stieglitz photo is up on Ekphrastic Review today. Many thanks to my friend and fellow poet Sarah Russell, who saw the photo and knew she had to share it with me. This poem … Continue reading

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New poem on The Drabble

Learning to Write Poetry Late in Life The Drabble Of course it’s magic, the way the teacher coaxed me off my easy chair, where briared and booked, I planned to snooze away my twilight. I find I’m curious again— that … Continue reading

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Savior

One more on Biscuit Root Drive: Savior In her last years mom took to the lottery like a robed devotee takes to prayer. Each morning at eleven she would darken the boxes of the day’s lottery picks, carefully transcribing from … Continue reading

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New Poem: Bibelot

My poem, Bibelot, was just published by Biscuit Root Drive. Here is the poem: Yours was not an easy death. Ampules of morphine lined the icebox shelves amid the chaos of beer bottles and rancid cheese. How many who wished … Continue reading

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Poem: Memorial Service

My poem, Memorial Service, was just published by Nixes Mate Review. Here is the poem: Memorial Service I hardly knew the dear departed and what was there to know anyway? That the man who passed unnaturally soon was much more … Continue reading

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