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Beauty of Butterflies

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Beauty of Butterflies I remember walking in haste One sunny day in May, As many of us often do— Unattached from nature. It was chance, I guess, Or fate, I assume—though I’ve always relied on the empirical, That I stopped by this particular garden. Rich in flowers and bushes, It was like having an optical orgasm. I fixated on a group of butterflies, Five or six, resting on a bush with Strange flowers. They were […]

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Bellevue Literary Review plans a special theme on “Our Fragile Environment” Fall (2014). Seeking fiction, nonfiction, and poetry that explore health, illness, and healing in the context of environmental issues. Prose (up to 5,000 words) and poetry (up to 3 poems). Deadline February 1, 2014. For submissions guidelines, visit: http://blr.med.nyu.edu/   Related articles Dash Literary Journal (spiltinkpoetrypress.wordpress.com)

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We would like to salute our Founder, Charles Banks, Jr., for successfully completing nine months of cancer remission! It has been a long road for him back to good health. We’re just glad that his Muse has continued to inspire him. From Spilt Ink Poetry, congrats, Charles!!! – Spilt Ink Poetry Check out Charles’ Poetry blog: http://charlesbanksjr.wordpress.com/ Related articles Concrete Promises (The Spilt Ink Poetry Collection) (spiltinkpoetrypress.wordpress.com) Last Petition (Writing as Curiosity) Excerpt from Concrete […]