Category Archives: Reflections on poetry

  1. Inmate, A Reflection

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    January 28, 2014 by alexamariekelly

    Inmate By Chandra Bozelko You will want to bring your copy of Diary of Anne Frank for a nightly reminder …
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  2. My Cell

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    October 14, 2013 by canyoufeelitburning

    This month, I’d like to share a poem of mine below that was published in the 2013 edition of the …
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  3. On “Untitled” by Zoé Orfanos

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    July 8, 2013 by alexamariekelly

    UNTITLED Zoé Orfanos Without any hesitation she opens the door, knotted skin on smooth brass. She ushers in his ragged …
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  4. “If the Jury Was the Executioner” by Jada Wittow

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    May 27, 2013 by J_R_Heaney

    If the Jury Was the Executioner There might be fewer executions  if the jury put the criminal to death if …
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  5. “Romantic Limitations” by Charles Huckelbury

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    February 21, 2013 by J_R_Heaney

    I can’t write poems like Wordsworth’s because I can’t sit by a river a few miles above Tintern Abbey for …
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