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Where You Get Lost or Go Astray by J. J. Steinfeld

04 Oct 2017, Posted by JL Jacobs in Poetry

Art: Thomas Kräher WHERE YOU GET LOST OR GO ASTRAY Walking among the city buildings they turning into trees and the memory of trees I think building-less thoughts half-philosophical, half-recuperative: where you get lost or go astray where you court madness or search for the abandoned…

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Silver-Screen Romance by J.J. Steinfeld

04 Oct 2017, Posted by JL Jacobs in Poetry

Art: Gianluigi di Napoli SILVER-SCREEN ROMANCE A woman with one large eye and one small eye brushed against a man with a limp he managed to disguise in a sinuous lineup to a controversial foreign film of a director touted as the new Federico Fellini (or…

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Who Authorized You to Be Here? by J.J. Steinfeld

03 Oct 2017, Posted by JL Jacobs in Poetry

Art: “Reflections” by David Conison WHO AUTHORIZED YOU TO BE HERE? “Who authorized you to be here?” a yappy dog on the street suddenly asks forsaking yappinesss for a little clear-voiced enunciation. “Who authorized you to be here?” the rain-dappled umbrella carried by an affluent…

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Gluxoxgluxoxgluxoxgluxoxgluxox by J.J. Steinfeld

02 Oct 2017, Posted by JL Jacobs in Poetry

Art: “Do you know what your neighbor did last night” by Riikka Fransila GLUXOXGLUXOXGLUXOXGLUXOXGLUXOX I was at an intersection of historic proportions (it had appeared in three sci-fi novels I had read at three different times in my all-too-earthbound life) when the all-too-human-looking female robot leaned…

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