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Gun Control

Gun Control By John F. Rifenberg     Now,...

September, 2012 – Awaking in New York

Curtains forcing their will against the wind,

June, 2012 – If . . .

IF you can keep your head when all about you

December, 2010 – Giving Thanks

Giving thanks for life's many mysteries the unexpected delight of exploring each moment in a new refreshing way even though the day can present itself a test with some better...

ICE Agents Storm My Porch

ICE Agents Storm My Porch By Maria Melendez Kelson The Indiscriminate Citizenry of Earth are out to arrest my sense of being a misfit. “Open up!” they bellow, hands quiet...

May, 2012 – The Way I Am

"The Way I Am" Lyrics by Ingrid Michaelson

March, 2012 – Gratitude Poem

Gratitude Poem

April, 2010 – Dickinson on “Spring”

Poem #812   By Emily Dickinson   A Light exists in Spring Not present on the Year At any other period — When March is scarcely here A Color stands abroad On Solitary...

March, 2014 – Sidekicks

Poem of the Month Sidekicks Ronald Koertge They were never handsome and often came with a hormone imbalance manifested by corpulence, a yodel of a voice or ears big...

Step Out

Step Out  By David Plumb   See a star, a simple bird Feel your feet Hold the moon in your palms Make your own toys   You are the children the violins, the...