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3:01am by Carl Scharwath

3:01am by Carl Scharwath
The Offering by Sky Black 3:01am by Carl Scharwath Celestial evening oozes black and droplets begin to paint the schizophrenic atmosphere. Incessant dripping announces an awakening with an ethereal alarm—3:01! Turbulent moonlight dissipates, alive in anxiety,…

Jazz Water by John Guchemand

Jazz Water by John Guchemand
Jazz Water by John Guchemand Breaking forth, breakneck pace Triangle tongue flag unfurls, reaches out humming hands, long-string-plucking fingers Rotund deep-sea hollow instrument brimming with voice Two young faces, microphone lips scat―ooh, ooh, oooh, deh.…

THE MOON by Sappho

THE MOON by Sappho
Sappho (~630-570 BC) THE MOON The stars about the lovely moon Fade back and vanish very soon, When, round and full, her silver face Swims into sight, and lights all space.