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Word Cloud: REQUIEM

NOTE: This was originally posted July 1, 2016. With the daily news here in the U.S. of families seeking asylum being separated, children sleeping on concrete floors under glaring lights all night, without soap, or a toothbrush, or even a … Continue reading

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Word Cloud: REQUIEM

by NONA BLYTH CLOUD When you write 60 to 70 profiles of poets a year, you read a lot of poetry. Searching for poems that make you want to read more is both joy and drudgery. Joy when you find something … Continue reading

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