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Welcome Me By Dionne ~Luna~ Tenhue
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A collection of poetic works by DC Native, Dionne ~Luna~ Tenhue
Once in a Blue Moon By Rowland Smith
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*Note* Okay this was literally a project for school were we had to write poems based on pictures we found on the internet .-. So don't take it seriously. My next serious project is coming. NONE OF... More > THE IMAGES BELONG TO ME AND NEITHER DO MOST OF THE QUOTES. THE BOOK IS NOW UP FOR SALE!!!!! A book of different poetry under the categories of: Phobias, Insightful poems, and Somber poems. Each poem was written by a creative and dramatic writer in the PVA program for portfolio reasons. There are two "joke" poems in this book as well, please enjoy the poetry. Each poem is accompanied by photographs provided by google mages and quotes mainly provided from Only the quotes from ~ Rowland Smith, belong to the poet / author.< Less
OLVIDOS By John M Bennett
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Bennett has been the avant in avant-garde in the latter half of the 20th century with his Lost and Found Times, one of the great “small press poetry rags” of all time, and then through... More > his Luna Bisonte Prods press. OLVIDOS (“Memories”; though the word also and literally means “things forgotten”) is quite possibly his masterpiece. 339 pages of zany often inarticulate expositions of a kind of lunar madness that can only be the work of the descendent of such poets as Vicente Huidobro and Guillaume Apollinaire. There is most likely something for everyone here from minimalist visual techniques and zen-like koans to architectured poems such as “olvidos y fragmentos” with its enigmatic phrase “lock the boot”. But then the entire text is one immense sequence of enigmatic and puzzling dicta, summed up best in his own portmanteau word “hablacagada”. This is an important work and should place Bennett centrally on the map of great, innovative American poets. - Ivan Argüelles< Less