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Definitions em·pa·thy (empəTHē) a welcome walk in phantom shoes worn with tender intentions. open palms and pastels washing over. re·spect (rəˈspekt) reverence spotlight projected, a demonstration of recognition, a straightening of spine and chest swell, heart held high. safe·ty (sāftē) a belly breath expelled with no fear of drawn attention, fetal...

Feature Poet – Elias Assefa

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Poli-Ticks Don't you hate wood-ticks? Well I hate poli-Ticks what a perfect little word to describe the people diseasing the world with their flapping little jaws, they crawl beneath your skin and suck the life out of society its a sin! They do...

Feature Poet – Ben Freeland

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New Orleans is Clawing at My Bones http://brushtalk.blogspot.ca/2014/02/poem-new-orleans-is-clawing-at-my-bones.html I used to dream of New Orleans the birthplace of jazz the humid, sinewy underarm of America that place where the tide rolled in corralling with it all the Devil's rejects the...