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Robert Dunsdon

            ROBERT DUNSDON lives near Oxford in the UK. His poetry and reviews have been widely published in both the UK and America. poems

The Cycle of “Bomb”

“the war will be over in six days at most. /No reason the world should take longer /to destroy than to create” | by Neil Philip, Kijima Hajime, and Margaret Mitsutani

Idbury Morris

“Each footstep in the claggy soil pulls the / booted foot half out of his hip socket.” | by Neil Philip

Arthur Kayzakian 

                ARTHUR KAYZAKIAN is a poet, editor and teacher who lives in California. He was born in Tehran, Iran. His family sought political asylum in London when he was three years old to escape the Iranian Revolution. He earned his MFA from San Diego State University. His poems …

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by John Burnside: Imagine I loved you still and nights like these / were visitations,


by Douglas Dunn: A laverock in its house of air is singing / May morning, May morning, and its trills drift

The River

by John Glenday: This is the formula for the fall of things: / we come to a river we always knew we’d have to cross.

the year’s tree

by Aonghas MacNeacail: after her labors  / see the year’s high tree / cast off her clothing