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The Acid of Accidie: Raps and Poems

The Acid of Accidie: Raps and Poems

Antoine Tarser | Poetry
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Published: Sep 2014
Downloads: 114
Pages: 28

Poems on the mystery of being alive, reflecting on the past, memories, loss of loved ones, being aware of mortality, a couple of raps, a little bit of zen, a smattering of depression, 'Numb' was penned whilst stoned! Epub injected some disorder into my poems. I left it as I found it as I felt it...

Looking for Company

Looking for Company

Tony Broadwick | Poetry
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Published: Aug 2014
Downloads: 455
Pages: 44

A collection of poetry. Some have called these love poems, others have called them erotic. Yet others have labelled these as militant writings. All in all, this is a collection where some of the poems evoke emotions in bright colors of fire, sunsets, rage, and desire. Other poems in the...


Other Dancers

Other Dancers

Justin Spring | Poetry
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Published: Jul 2014
Downloads: 74
Pages: 36

Robert Bixby, March Street Press says: I was impressed first of all by the humanity of Justin Spring's work, his common touch and his involvement with the world of his poetry. His work not only tells the remarkable stories of unremarkable people, but it also tells the story of a poetic...

Polaroid Poems

Polaroid Poems

Justin Spring | Poetry
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Published: Jul 2014
Downloads: 101
Pages: 30

These poems are attempts at a poetry somewhat equivalent to a Polaroid snapshot. In this sense, the poems have some of the qualities of Pop art in its breezy incorporation of many of the visual and verbal idioms of our popular culture. Indeed, how could it do otherwise, given the medium? But the...

Poems for Family and Friends

Poems for Family and Friends

Justin Spring | Poetry
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Published: Jul 2014
Downloads: 89
Pages: 54

Some fifteen years ago, my friend Cliff Huxford was married for the third time, at age 60 no less. I was astounded. If anything else, it seemed to merit a poem, but I was somewhat dubious about my ability to write a poem of occasion, as my poetry is quite unconscious and usually unresponsive to my...

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Poems of Sarasota and Florida

Poems of Sarasota and Florida

Justin Spring | Poetry
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Published: Jul 2014
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Pages: 32

This small collection of poems allowed me the rare privilege of being poetically anchored in a particular time and place, namely, Sarasota Florida and environs in the last quarter of the twentieth century. My love of Sarasota and Florida is a deeply rooted one, more unconscious than conscious if...

Talkies

Talkies

Justin Spring | Poetry
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Published: Jul 2014
Downloads: 21
Pages: 48

This is a prize-winning collection of poems with a special taste. That I think you'll like. I say it has "a special taste" because I hate poems with meaning, with causes, with ideas. I am one of those poets who believe poetry should communicate as directly as an unexpected kiss. If someone were...

Napkins: Rare Poetry and Prose Archives, 1995-2004

Napkins: Rare Poetry and Prose Archives, 1995-2004

Steve Dustcircle | Poetry
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Published: Jul 2014
Downloads: 43
Pages: 63

Two short stories, forty-eight poems and lyrics from Steve Dustcircle's earlier years (1995-2004). This is a decade of writings, both previously unpublished, and previously published by now-defunct publications. Some of the poetry came straight from scraps of paper and restaurant napkins to be...


Nursery Raps

Nursery Raps

Justin Spring | Poetry
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Published: Jul 2014
Downloads: 99
Pages: 41

This homage to the Great Mother began to take shape when some very peculiar drawings of the nursery characters were given to me by a local artist. Let’s just say they were peculiar enough to set off a whole new parade of characters bouncing around inside my head like they couldn’t wait to get...

Collected Poems 1985-2014

Collected Poems 1985-2014

Justin Spring | Poetry
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Published: Jul 2014
Downloads: 100
Pages: 210

Perhaps the best description of my work is by Robert Bixby, publisher of March Street Press, who published one of my collections, Other Dancers: "I was impressed first of all by the humanity of Justin Spring's work, his common touch and his involvement with the world of his poetry. His work...

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