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Peggy Dobreer’s first book of poetry In The Lake of Your Bones was published in 2012 by MoonTide Press. Individual poems have been published in Poemeleon, Malpais Review, Fogged Clarity, L.A. Yoga Magazine, Bicycle Review, and Matthew Mars’ Haiku Remix Project. In 2013, Ms. Dobreer was included in the anthologies A Poet Is a Poet No Matter How Tall, edited by Raundi Kai Moore-Kondo and Ekphrastia Gone Wild, edited by Rick Lupert, which also features the work of Nobel Laureate. Wislawa Szymborska. Peggy is a member of The Hollywood Institute of Poetics, and Beyond Baroque Literary Arts Center. She lives in Los Angeles with her daughter and currently hosts First Fridays at The Rapp Salo(o)n in dowtown Santa Monica. For comments or booking vist her at www.peggydobreer.com
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Karma as first mode
Mars was my home planet then
Jordan Brown, Washington DC, female, 26 years old, "project manager."
The following work is Copyright © 2014, and owned by Jordan Brown and may not be distributed or reprinted in any form whatsoever without written permission from the author.
The city said hello, politely
I had a dream I died and waved my hands
I washed Sunday dishes, took the metro
The city said hello, politely. Picking up lunch
I waved my hands, the city waved back