A Small Gathering by Phillip Kirk

Lovelorn Poet in Salt Lake City, UT: Like A Messenger Bird

It's that time of year when if you stop talking and start listening, you can hear the birds sing. Even with the traffic, you can still hear the … Keep Reading...

Goodbye 2008 by Art Siegel

Lovelorn Poet in Philadelphia, PA: There’s A Crack In The Sidewalk

There's a crack in the sidewalk. No one who walks over it remembers where it started, but there it is, between their soles. Everyday it leans on … Keep Reading...

Rattlesnake by Chase Elliott Clark

Lovelorn Poet in San Francisco, CA: A Little Song I Wrote…

(tuning guitar) This is a song I wrote when I was going for a drive through the back roads of where I'm from. It was late at night time (or … Keep Reading...

Magnetic Fridge Poetry by Steve A Johnson

Lovelorn Poet in New Orleans, LA: Keywords

the funny thing about the "o" 's (though it's a formality) control in all of its formats former northern explorers Amazonians ugly garments drive … Keep Reading...

smile

Lovelorn Poet in Boston, MA: Yellow Light Haiku

Outside of Inman Shell’s yellow light, we trade smiles. Grin again — dinner?   Missed Connections are filled with good, bad, and … Keep Reading...

Pawns by His Noodly Appendage

Lovelorn Poet in Savannah, GA: Lay A King

His eye began to swell shut. A rivulet of blood traced the contour of his face and formed a tear on his chin. He could hear his heartbeat and … Keep Reading...

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