Month: January 2017

WHEN LESS IS MORE BY JAN BALL

Another bleak day in Chicago, green
threatening waves on Lake Michigan
and sepulchral black tree branches
along the shore but indoors our vases
burst with cheery flowers

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PULL BY JAN BALL

nipple
power is gone; instead, the sea
outside me tonight is a sucking ebb
and flow, the sunset blush no longer
a burst of joy on my chest

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I WILL TROUBLE YOU NO FURTHER BY LARRY SMITH

“I cannot believe that our mutual affections would come as much of a surprise to society, or to either of our families,” Charles had said to her rather abruptly, but gently, with a gentle smile, as they dined quietly near the Opéra-Comique. She faintly smiled in reply. “Do forgive my presumption,” he added.

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