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Zoic: Five Haikus About Writing Haikus

Anonymous
January 21, 2020

On the 5-7-5 syllabic structure of the haiku It can be hard to Find the exact sequence of Words that fit in it On the things which make a haiku a haiku, properly-so-called Haikus are supposed To...

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Zoic: sentiment

anonymous
October 21, 2019

When we returned from exile, I arrived to receive Not restitution, no respects paid, nor recompense — O, but A mass gesture of dismissal, something cynical-naive Reform which rang, we're told, as...

Zoic: A Glance in the Mirror

Zoic: A Glance in the Mirror

Miguel Alves
September 30, 2019

Mirror, Mirror, In my room: Who's this eerie Face of gloom? With empty eyes so sunken And a cruel, deceiving grin, He's the face of anarchy When my weaker side gives in. He whispers...

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Zoic: Raccoon: A Series of Prose Poems

Miguel Alves
September 24, 2019

1: The First Night We Met The first night I met you, the cold winds were unforgiving. The trees danced, rapidly swaying back and forth to a violent beat outside my window. You approached me, cold and...

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Zoic: “I am the Sun,” A Poem

Jazz Padgett
December 14, 2017

I Am The Sun By: Jazz Padgett I am the sun, and you are the clouds. Although you hide me at times, I am always here. My skies have been clear and many times dark. Sometimes you can't see...

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