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Two Poems photo
September 27, 2012 | Poetry

Two Poems

Ben Clark & Colin Winnette

No people are my people. I am without a means of saving anyone.

Three Poems photo
September 19, 2012 | Poetry

Three Poems

Peter Berghoef

put the skull on your mouth / in a dry place / where they died

Two Poems photo
September 13, 2012 | Poetry

Two Poems

Caleb Curtiss

John had just broken up with his girlfriend for the second to last time before she’d left him for good (moved out to Indiana, got married, had a kid…)

The Eric Chavez Sonnets photo
April 1, 2009 | BASEBALL, Poetry

The Eric Chavez Sonnets

Jesse Morse

September 9, 2007 Add incandescent dedication to six gold gloves and get a damaged biceps tendon, a bad back and a... more

Baseball Haiku(s)! photo
April 1, 2009 | BASEBALL, Poetry

Baseball Haiku(s)!

coach wont stop yelling "watch the signs from the bench coach!" but i hate bunting - Brad... more

Baseball Haikus photo
April 1, 2008 | BASEBALL, Poetry

Baseball Haikus

A swing and a miss. And now the lone samurai Returns to the bench.      ... more

Me and the Boy 5-18-06 photo
April 1, 2007 | BASEBALL, Poetry

Me and the Boy 5-18-06

F. John Sharp

Night game   raining on and off   seats in right field   peanuts, nachos, hot... more

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