Issue #5 – Love Poems

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Guest Editor’s Spotlight:
Marianne
by Maude Larke

Cherry Blossom Reverie (On Hearing Keiko Abe Play the Marimba)
by Martin Elster

Much Like Oppenheimer’s Dilemna
by Cheryl Hicks

Love the Second Time Around
by Art Heifetz

Voice
by Stan Galloway

Maui, 1997
by Grace Welch

Overnight at the Last Resort
by Pamela Ahlen

I Want to Love You
by John Tustin

Another edge of evening
by Carolyn Martin


About our Guest Editor

28th_by_fuzzyhoser-d4xxtf5 Rachel Nix grew up in the Deep South of Alabama, and still resides a stone’s throw away from where she ran around as a child. Despite an irrational fear of frogs, she’s pretty much declared herself content with living in the boonies. She does, however, like to take roadtrips and see what hasn’t found The South just yet. Being a big fan of music and nature, poetry seemed a sure-fire way to group all her loves into one. Encouraged by her grandmother at a very young age to value her own thoughts, Rachel has always been a lover of what words can represent. She means most everything she says, despite bouts of sarcasm, which would likely be her second greatest love. Her previously published work can be found at A Sharp Piece of Awesome and Wordsmiths. You can follow her on her very own rinky-dink nook of the Internet, found at chasingthegrey.com, though she almost never updates it.

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