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Connecting to Infinity Poem by Marilyn McIntyre

connecting to infinity…. possibilities, outcomes floating weightlessly irridescent, intangible mapped in stars touching down as pixie dust and flirts of angel hair choices to the right paths to the left someone has stolen the fork in the road moon cast

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Last Walk and Other Poems by John Grey

LAST WALK On his last painful walk across his land, he stopped for a moment at the sight of something moving on the far edge of the field, a canine shape but too big for a fox, too small for

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Christmas for the birds poem by Joan Pond

Cerulean Light by Joan Pond On Greenwich Avenue, Fred festooned a fir with lights. “Jesus,” he said. “It just ain”t right. I bought this string at CVS and it”s already broke. This Christmas stuff”s for the birds. Man, it”s a

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Poems That Make Grown Men Cry. Richard Dawkins et al …

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Grown men aren’t supposed to cry. Anthony and Ben Holden, and Kate Allen (Director, Amnesty International UK), introduce readings from poems that haunt a host of eminent men; they explain why, in words as moving as the poems themselves. With

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