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JD DeHart

JD DeHart is a writer and teacher. His work has appeared recently in Eunoia Review, The Literary Yard, The Commonline Journal, Eye On Life Magazine, among other publications. Read his poems: Pointillism, Death of the Jellyfish, and Rhino Garden. Advertisements

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Pointillism

By the curious arrangement of particles, what was disconnected is now A chair, A washboard, An old house, A mattress Some flowers, A cityscape, A figure in a boat, A Lion, Thomas Edison, Expired insect. Each portrait the configuration of … Continue reading

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Death of the Jellyfish

Once upon a jelly time, this little guy swam through the ocean with bobs sending shockwaves into offending flesh Now, how the luminescent have fallen, he (she?) is a small disc, blackened at edges I never knew you had been … Continue reading

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Rhino Garden

A tree, the color of ash, root system like the humped back of a massive slow-moving creature, decorating a small circle of sidewalk, a space at the bottom large enough to hide a baby basket inside Beyond, the truck parked, … Continue reading

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JD DeHart

JD DeHart teaches English and has had poetry in The Literary Yard, The Commonline Journal, Eye On Life Magazine and others. His work is also forthcoming in several journals. DeHart’s blog is spinrockreader.blogspot.com and he has some work self-published on Amazon. … Continue reading

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The Tongue

Floating, I myself in a gastric universe Behind the serene white picket fence I am nothing but a slow moving bit of tissue Not even a muscle really, just undulating Liquid but solid, always fidgeting Plastered to the roof of … Continue reading

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Absence

This is the place where loss was Where your eyes cast doubts and streaks Why do people write about death? It is the great problem And what is literature but a movement To solution through etched exploration? This is the … Continue reading

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Messiah Prevalence

The trope is a hillside offering A generation in danger of extinction Of dire need of some revival Individuals chained to the ingratitude Of the mechanized design, trudging Forward with its factory efficiency Then comes the figure, unlikely hero Usually … Continue reading

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