Tag Archives: Literature

We have a new writer.

By Chuck Stanley, Editor We were lucky enough to get Dr. Nicole Plyler Fisk to come on board as a writer.She is a very special person.  She teaches English, and points out that she has gone both the adoptive and … Continue reading

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Hunger of Memory: “Starvation Camp Near Jaslo”–A Poem by Wislawa Szymborska

By Elaine Magliaro Stanley Kunitz, the tenth Poet Laureate of the United States, once said, “Memory is everybody’s poet-in-residence.” Wislawa Szymborska, a Nobel Prize-winning poet from Poland, was born in 1923. Jaroslav Anders (Los Angeles Times) said that during her young adulthood, … Continue reading

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Dirty Dog!: A Triolet for Poetry Friday

By Elaine Magliaro I love it when life hands me a real situation that serves as inspiration for writing a poem. A few years ago my daughter’s  Yellow Lab Jack was taken to a special park where dogs are allowed to run around unleashed. … Continue reading

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In Honor of National Poetry Month: War Poems

By Charlton “Chuck” Stanley I first became interested in war poems when I discovered the work of Wilfred Owen. He was killed exactly one week before the Armistice was signed in November 1918. That first poem of his I read … Continue reading

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