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The Psychic

by Christopher Raley   The hostess sat them next to me and since I was alone and writing I eaves dropped on their conversation between stanzas of the poem forming.   She was a black woman and he a white … Continue reading

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Christmas

by Christopher Raley, who tried to write a pleasant Christmas poem and ended up with this.   Let a bow be for the angel, indistinct in all but shape, and white. She receives the tree and her skirt entwines brown … Continue reading

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August the Fourth

by Christopher Raley   Judgement is one hundred degrees and over, a pressure on bare head and shirted back. Eyelids squint in glare off concrete and yellow grass, fixed white eye burning reflected from metal and glass. Judgement is the … Continue reading

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