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Stevieslaw: Cousin Myron Reflects

Stevieslaw: Cousin Myron Reflects I don’t often hear from Myron’s wife Marsha. We decided, independently, that limiting our discussions to just the state of our respective children’s well-being would do much to promote world peace. When Marsha does call, it … Continue reading

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Stevieslaw: Flotilla

My poem, “Flotilla,” won honorable mention in last week’s Poetry Nook’s contest.  It was originally published in, “Weatherings” an Anthology of poetry about homelessness, aging, and our planet by Future Cycle Press as part of their good works project.  The … Continue reading

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Cousin Myron and the Sweet Smell of Success

Cousin Myron and the Sweet Smell of Success I was surprised when Cousin Myron called and asked me to meet him at the specialty deli across from the library downtown. Myron, the rich, red-headed math whizz, had instructions from his … Continue reading

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