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Anthony Ward

Anthony Ward has been writing in his spare time for a number of years. He has been published in a number of literary magazines including The Autumn Sound, The Faircloth Review, Word Gumbo, Four and Twenty, Drunk Monkeys, Underground, Torrid … Continue reading

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Pigeonholed

Does pigeonholing me make me more pestilent? Do you want to keep me cooped up So I don’t loiter public squares And mess up pavements as I mill around – Minding my business as you mind yours? Does pigeonholing me … Continue reading

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Thinkcubation

Why do we crack up? Is it because we rupture our shell As we try to come out of ourselves?   But we don’t crack down, do we? Unless we mean to control something That causes us to erupt. Anthony … Continue reading

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Sack Race

We’re working class Rendered timid by timocracy.   Expected to pull ourselves out of the bag After we’ve been given the sack.   With no dough to make bread We’re no longer able to earn a crust,   While they … Continue reading

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