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Colleen Chesebro 9h
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Amanda Bell Jan 16
This will be a fascinating weekend of and
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Frank J. Tassone Jan 7
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Sally G Cronin 15h
Smorgasbord Poetry – Colleen Chesebro’s Tuesday Challenge – – Rejuvenation
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Human/Kind Journal Jan 16
Agree 100%! We had a and in Issue 1.1 from writers who normally write in another genre and the pieces were fantastic and fresh! Don't be afraid to take chances! You can't hit a mark without putting something out there!
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Human/Kind Journal 14h
Click through to read this imaginative by Antonietta Losito. "My brother’s birth relegated me to the lowest rank of my family: not worthy of special attention..."
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Johannes S. H. Bjerg Jan 14
about the invisibles - haibun by Alegria (Alee​) Imperial
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Alan Summers Jan 10
Double endorsement! "inkblots revealing my story to the therapist" by Lori A Minor
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Kat Lehmann Jan 10
And you might not know all you are carrying too. Let us own what is ours and release what was never ours to carry. A new
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Roberta Beary Jan 16
Listowel Haiku Weekend 19-20 Jan. 2019 All Welcome - Kerry Writers Museum
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Human/Kind Journal Jan 13
Click through to read Tia Haynes about the complexities and different perspectives of motherhood in Issue 1.1. Here is her spacious which also appeared in this issue: death anniversary I remember the day after
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Human/Kind Journal Jan 15
Click through to view David J Kelly's fantastic contributions to Issue 1.1. You'll find his about data harvesting, his "crushed," and this great : double-recessive the permanent scars of conception
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LITTLE ONION 20h
Here's the that the is now part of.. returning to conscious breathing the snowdrops in my head
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Merril D. Smith Jan 8
Working on my book, but I need that poetry break! A for
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Jane Fraser Jan 14
Today an and later revising a which I might enter for . If you like writing this wonderful form of and , take a look at their site for details. Meanwhile, back to .
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Kala Ramesh 20h
Check this out!!!! When did you last step out of your comfort zone?!?
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LITTLE ONION Jan 9
squinting into the low sun over Leith lime juice and skag
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Human/Kind Journal Jan 9
Read Dave Bonta's from Issue 1.1 which begins with enjoying unfamiliar surroundings and then takes us on a panicked journey through the World Bank. moonflower is the sky still available in all languages
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Frank J. Tassone Jan 9
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Human/Kind Journal Jan 16
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