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Poems About: NARRATIVE

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  • 313.

    said my mother when the buildings fell,

    before, you understand, we knew a thing
    about the reasons or the ways read more »

    Linda Gregerson
  • 314.
    blunt and instructive

    Words can be blunt and instructive,
    but frequently they are destructive.
    Far better perhaps to be Trappist
    than savagely, hip-hoppy rappist, read more »

    gershon hepner
  • 315.
    nowhere else to go

    Precautions must be taken with
    precaution, treated as a myth.
    If not, they’ll lead us to forbid
    the source of life, known as the id, read more »

    gershon hepner
  • 316.
    Two Unpublished Authors Await Publication

    Julia Doyle arrived at Spinoza HS
    with visions of creating a real Community
    and to that end she announced
    all submissions from the faculty read more »

    Charles Chaim Wax
  • 317.
    escaping into solitude

    Escaping into solitude,
    avoiding hunters’ need to roam,
    I long for the latitude
    to find my longitude, my home, read more »

    gershon hepner
  • 318.
    scripture of the zen

    The universe is scripture of the Zen,
    and while our inner feelings come and go,
    its feelings form an archipelago
    where on an island prison live most men. read more »

    gershon hepner
  • 319.
    frankly, my dear

    Scarlett O’ and Melanie,
    presenting the dichotomies
    of feminine near-felony
    and law, would need lobotomies read more »

    gershon hepner
  • 320.
    burning in the bush

    Widowed recently, the lady said:
    “I mustn’t rush back to the world, ”
    but took him to her marriage bed
    to show him hairs that all were curled. read more »

    gershon hepner
  • 321.
    when life is not a drama

    When life is not a drama or
    a comedy, it’s farce that though we try we can’t ignore
    when falling on our arse.
    When people hear this in a rumor, read more »

    gershon hepner
  • 322.
    inherent vice

    In the faithless money-driven
    world nobody is forgiven,
    unless they can afford attorneys
    who drive them gently on their journeys read more »

    gershon hepner
  • 323.
    gnostic texts

    Described as snobbish and elite
    by Garry Wills,
    what the Church wished to delete
    provides me thrills. read more »

    gershon hepner
  • 324.
    The Fair (Narrative Poem)

    I walk beside him
    Scared to death.
    I smile trying not to show it.
    He smirks back. read more »

    Leah Johnston
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