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Stevieslaw: New Poem-Fumarole

My poem Fumarole was just published by the Broadkill Review. Here is the poem: “Fumarole” Here is the link: And the poem: Fumarole “You know,” Tony said with a smile, “they’d like to vent volcanoes.” “Drill into them to … Continue reading

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“Perhaps You Can.”

My first book of poetry, “Perhaps You Can,” was just published by KelsayBooks. Click here.

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Stevieslaw: New Poem in Third Wednesday

My poem, Saul and Sam, was just published by the print journal Third Wednesday.  I’m in good company Sarah Russell, Majorie Maddox Hafer and Ted Kooser also have poems in this issue.  Here is the poem:   Sam and Saul … Continue reading

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Stevieslaw: My poem, As One,

My word poem, As One, was just published by Eclectica. Here is the poem: As One Only yesterday, I found the seeds you bought me, on a sagging basement shelf—miraculously dry. There was no note, might one have said— with … Continue reading

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Stevieslaw: Lion’s Breath

My poem, Lion’s Breath, is the spotlight runner up in poetry in the new April/May issue of Ecelectica.  Here is the poem: Lion’s Breath At yoga yesterday, while downward dogging, our instructor asked us for five rounds of lion’s breath. … Continue reading

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stevieslaw: Icarus—a new poem

My poem Icarus was just published by The Blue Nib. Here is the poem and the link Icarus “That blue,” he said again and again, finger pointed at the dingy hospital wall. His body trembled as if he lay on … Continue reading

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Stevieslaw: DNA—new poem

My poem DNA was published today on the Linden Avenue Literary Journal.  Here is the poem—followed by the link. DNA   Writing, in the dim and narrow light of the old lamp that graces my basement desk, I realize once … Continue reading

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