“Nightlight” by Ben Winderman

“Nightlight” by Ben Winderman

  Another night that offered an abundance of repetitive regret but an absence of restorative rest. I settled into my morning futon of forgiveness. Maybe it’s the darkness alone that haunts my mental gravitron and a nite-light would do the trick. My eyes close with the force of I have solved this sleepless riddle. But…

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BOOK REVIEW “Conspiracies” by Alex Monaldo

BOOK REVIEW “Conspiracies” by Alex Monaldo

“Conspiracies” by Alex Monaldo is a little tour through the big mysteries of secret people ruling the world. From The New World Order and its theory of the End Time in the Holy Bible to the Freemasons to who they might be connected with, and its involvement on the foundation of the USA. Also the…

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“I was too young then to understand. Now, I may be too old to do things.” by Paul Zinder

“I was too young then to understand. Now, I may be too old to do things.” by Paul Zinder

Life has a funny way of going to fast then Catching up with us.  When I was young I knew all these older pretty women. Missy, Heidi, Elissa,  to many to count.  They could not understand the problems I had seeing all the death I saw in Detroit, seeing houses burned down and neighbors die….

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SPANISH POETRY · “Las Negras Lápidas I” by Rodrigo E. Ordóñez

SPANISH POETRY · “Las Negras Lápidas I” by Rodrigo E. Ordóñez

Echaron abajo la casa de mi padre y apenas es marzo en el calendario, no existen ya palomas ni tigres sonoros conteniendo la selva, han caído los pórticos donde brotaba la noche y los fantasmas que llegaron por mar embarcan sus oscuras naves. La ciudad bosteza en el umbral del martillo, ya nada puede salvarse…

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