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Queue, 1944

weathercock136 words

Its weathercock covered with fresh snow,
the barn is dreamy on the hill.
Out of the woods, and lying low,
crawl green men, in . . . in for the kill.

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Counter-Attack

RapeVictim167 words

On 27 January 1945 the Red Army had just been defeated in an armor engagement with the 20th Panzer Division, which was retreating to escape encirclement, slightly south of Gleiwitz in Upper Silesia. Two villages were punished for the defeat: Preiswitz, populated by Poles, and neighboring Schönwald, populated by Germans. In total, 200 innocent civilians were murdered in cold blood.  Read more …

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When Chickens Come Home to Roost & Other Poems

HuntTheOutsideWorld934 words

When Chickens Come Home to Roost

The future of uncertainty is safe and sound.
Routines are followed only every now and then,
And shortages of grave necessities abound.
The egg is mother to another hapless hen.  Read more …

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Maverick Among Placid Cows:
The Poetry of Joseph S. Salemi

Peter Paul Rubens, Two Satyrs, 1618-1619

Peter Paul Rubens, Two Satyrs, 1618-1619

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Joseph S. Salemi was born in New York City in 1948 and grew up in Woodside, Queens. His grandfather, Rosario Previti, was a renowned Sicilian journalist, poet, and translator who rendered Edward FitzGerald’s version of the Rubaiyat into Italian, and who served as the American correspondent for the newspaper Don Giovanni in Messina, for which he wrote a popular series of satiric columns on the lifestyles and habits of Americans.

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Granny in Tights

Quentin Matsys, A Grotesque Old Woman, circa. 1515260 words

The fastest growing section of the Internet pornography world are sites that feature old ladies and grandmothers.

—News item

The stage names given to the ladies cast
Are chosen for their frilly, antique tone—
Names quaint and powdered, reeking of the past,
Like body talc and Champs-des-Fleurs cologne.  Read more …

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To the Little Europeans

BrusselsFaggotry111 words

There once was a little man. He lived and
Then he died, blood and the contents of his skull
Mixed with the others’. The end. Then how full
Were the streets with candles, hearts of chalk, grand
Monuments all evanescently lit
With the colours of what happened to be
His country’s flag. Oh they were cowardly
Those wicked Brusselaars who dared commit  Read more …

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Caterpillar

Caterpillar108 words

For fifteen days a caterpillar feeds
on sorrel, selfheal, ragwort, mint, or privet.
If a wasp mounts it and injects its larvae,
they’ll prosper on its blood, and then gnaw through

its epidermis, fragile in the weeds.
The woolly bear will suffer trauma, outlive it,
protect the wasp cocoons, and then starve three
weeks, though surrounded by lush leaves and dew.  Read more …

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To a Scandinavian Garbage Dump

DurkaDurkaSwedenJihad57 words

Sweden, Sweden,
Left-wing Eden,
Where Third-World trash get sex and feedin’ . . .

Sweden, Sweden,
What you’re needin’
Is a cleansing and a bleedin’ . . .

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In Memoriam: Santayana

GeorgeSantayana108 words

Of all with whom I shared a common sky
none told this truth with more persuasive art
on those high themes whose burden makes us men
than one who spoke in dialogues from limbo.
Far voyager in the realm of disenchantment,
cartographer of countries of the mind,
late messenger from the golden age of Hellas,
ironic dreamer, skeptic saint, glad seer:

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Oswald Spengler

188 words

He said that mathematics was an art
and won my heart;
that cultures die; the sign of death, a Caesar—
O, what a teaser!—

and once they’re dead, stay dead. No one’s at home
in Ancient Rome,
that took grand Greece with it. And how divine a
pattern for China?  Read more …

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