Earl J. Wilcox
"In a dark corner of my mother's attic, on a clothesline covered with dingy, dusty sheets"
"Fingers gnarled as lichen-crusted twigs, body quavering like limp leaves in a breeze, the old"
"I scaled Divis in my mind At the peak, what did I find? But Edelweiss, Edelweiss With a scent"
"There is a glacier between our home and his. Ideally we should have taken a dog sled to go"
Margaret A. Robinson
"I never told you that our first time together felt like sandpaper. It's not that I didn't want to be"
"please come to Aspen, Colorado in the winter time when the snow is deep and so is your"
"I noted John's obit below the major features, his passing judged unworthy by the editors for"
"This isn't about prayer as such but concerns the yellow flowers and the barking dog, the coffee"
"Buried under a pink feather boa Faux fur pink stole Lacy pink shawl with sequins"
"Long ago. Was it? I picked up A ruddy rock and turned it In my hand, thought: Perhaps this"
Joy Harold Helsing
"The French trappers who spied these mountains upthrust on the horizon must have traveled a long"
Kenneth P. Gurney
"green ball grannie smith a pot bubbling brown goo tongue depressors and popsicle sticks wax"
"Our offerings: cast-off toys too broken to be loved. Steel conveniences we can't afford to fix."
"Beneath backyards and nuclear testing sites, there are imaginary lines, spineless and spinning"
"The book, open across my lap, held up by my left thigh, details the life of a Zwerg, a dwarf."
A body may with wit rebel, claim fame, and quit the earth – as nothing less than death"
"Outskirts of a dank field once A drive-in of porno movie fare. In the car my grandmother"
"Summer gets the cold shoulder as limbs shed their green sleeves. Leafy impressions"