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Laura Grace Weldon
Laura Grace Weldon is the author of Tending, a poetry collection recently published by Aldrich Press and Free Range Learning, a handbook of natural learning. She’s an editor and nonviolence educator who lives on a small farm in Litchfield, Ohio where she’s a marginally useful farm wench. She regularly writes about learning, mindfulness, and peace at http://lauragraceweldon.com/blog-2/, posts food-related sarcasm at https://www.facebook.com/SubversiveCooking and opines on family geekery at http://geekmom.com/author/laura/
The following work is Copyright © 2014, and owned by Laura Grace Weldon and may not be distributed or reprinted in any form whatsoever without written permission from the author.
Santa Clara County v. Southern Pacific Railroad
Precedent for corporate personhood established by
U.S. Supreme Court ruling, 1886.
What’s alive seems puny
leading away from here.
Calling the Dog
Following messages left in leaves…soil…air
arriving tongue first.
Dreams of Mice
Brains of sleeping mice reveal
Sam Silva (Fayetteville, North Carolina) has published at least 150 poems in print magazines, including Sow’s Ear, The ECU Rebel, Pembroke magazine, Samisdat, St. Andrew’s Review, Charlotte Poetry Review, Main Street Rag, and many more. Has published at least 300 poems in online journals including Jack Magazine, Comrades, Megaera, Poetry Super Highway, physik garden, Ken again, -30-, Fairfield Review, Foliate oak, and dozens of others. Three legitmate small presses have published chapbooks of his, three of those presses have nominated work of his for Pushcart a total of 7 times. Bright Spark. Creative of Wilimington purchased rights to his first full length book EATING AND DRINKING and put the book out through author house at there expense. He now has many books and chapbooks available at http://www.lulu.com/samsilva54 and as books at Amazon.com, and his spoken word poetry is avaible at the major digital markets such as Apple iTunes.
The following work is Copyright © 2014, and owned by Sam Silva and may not be distributed or reprinted in any form whatsoever without written permission from the author.
Ghost of a Christmas Spent Alone
Dead people can’t speak
…and in that evil night