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Alyce Guynn :
VERSE | One White Crow

By Alyce Guynn | The Rag Blog | March 23, 2015 In a snow storm of silence, quiet wraps itself around her a smothering blanket taming ghostly shadows that claim the night So as not to drown in the chill … finish reading Alyce Guynn :
VERSE | One White Crow

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VERSE / Alyce Guynn : Pale Mornings

Photo by Kelly Rossiter / treehugger.Pale Mornings      Brass buttons, green silks and silver shoes     warm evenings, pale mornings, bottle of blues          “Brass Buttons,” Gram Parsons She removes her precious memoriesfrom the store room of her heartunwraps the protective tissue papershielding them from … finish reading VERSE / Alyce Guynn : Pale Mornings

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Alyce Guynn : On the Passing of Poet Susan Bright

Susan Bright at the Poet’s Tree, Barton Springs, Austin, Texas.Poet, publisher, and environmental activist:Honoring Susan Bright By Alyce Guynn / The Rag Blog / January 12, 2011 See details about the memorial service for Susan Bright below. When family, friends … finish reading Alyce Guynn : On the Passing of Poet Susan Bright

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VERSE / Alyce Guynn : Minnie Redux

Image from Found Shit. Minnie Redux(after Cab Calloway’s ‘Minnie the Moocher’) I never kicked the gongyet I have longedfor an opiatic oblivionto the world pressing down I find it– that escape–in books, rented BBC seriesthe hat moviesand, at times, in … finish reading VERSE / Alyce Guynn : Minnie Redux

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