RALPH MONDAY : Sex and Edgar Alan Poe
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RALPH MONDAY
Sex and Edgar Alan Poe
Most southern men are quite predictable in their tastes in southern women. The little angel should be well versed in the Bible, demurely drenched with the ability to defer to masculine correctness, a good cook, skirts not too short, nor necklines too low. Digging Elvis, football and NASCAR is a plus, guns optional; not sexually aggressive nor prone to opinions, she should instead put her trust in Geezus and blue haired weeping women begging for money on the boob tube while carefully indoctrinating his children for same. What would he then make of a little sweet that rocks his world by discussing kinky sex in one breath, and the effectiveness of bodily dismemberment in Poe the next? Clutching his Bible he would go to spread the sad word.
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DEE SUNSHINE | Down to Earth 1
and   Down to Earth 2
MARGARET C. SZUMOWSKI  | She is a Nation
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LESLEY VALDES | Memento Mori
MARIE KAZALIA | no need for self-medication
BILL CARROLL | Parallel Parking
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R L SWIHART | Open Book
EVAN DASHEVSKY | a letter
SAM SILVA | Making Love to You is Like a Poem Anna Rosa
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DOUG PAUGH | Navy Bunk House
SAM VAKNIN | The Miracle of the Kisses
DIANE PAYNE | Gone
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HAL SIROWITZ | The Moon Got in the Way
JANE HUTTO | Selena
ALISON DANIEL | I Think You May Hear
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TANYA BARTEL | Harbour
ALEX STOLIS | St. Joseph's Bridge
JIM BORING | Room 1603
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SUE LITTLETON | Golden Lotus Feet
JANET BUCK | Peanut Butter on a Knife
TRINA STOLEC | Other Side Of The Fence
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VERNON WARING | My Neighbor the Terrorist
HANS BEIHL | On the Road to Damascus
FRANKO BUSIC^ | Poet Who Does Not Mince His Words
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A. D. WINANS | Ocean Beach
PRASENJIT MAITI | Some Indian Lines
BRAD HILL | Dawn Follows the Darkness
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NORMAN J OLSON | Here and Now
JOHN SELAWSKY | It is Worth It to Write the One Good Poem
MICHAEL MIKUS | Fire Rising through Trees
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CHERYLYNN HORVATH | Wings
JARRETT FULTON | A Flat
JEAN HULL HERMAN | A.I.: On Looking into Spielberg and Kubrick's "Homer"
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ELIZABETH KERLIKOWSKE | Women at 60
ABIGAIL B. CALKIN  | Response
THERESA HAMMETT STEINLAGE | Response

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HAL SIROWITZ
The Moon Got in the Way
She looked for the moon. "It's not where I saw it last time,' she said. "It shifted." "I told you," I said, "we should have eaten outside. You wouldn't have lost the moon." "I didn't lose it," she corrected me. "How could I lose what doesn't belong to me?" "You've lost me," I answered. "I've never had you," she said. "It was a figure of speech," I said. "You should stop figuring out what to say and just speak," she said. "I am speaking," I said. "Not to me," she said. "You're speaking to your image of me." "Look who's talking?" I said. "At least, I wasn't giving all my attention to the moon."
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