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Ride a Tiger, by Aleksandar Novakovich

Ride a Tiger, by Aleksandar Novakovich

    Ride a tiger   You had a cigarette flame in your eye Shining through your blurry eyeballs, You were young, twenty and something, Still not measuring life with number of grays, and when they said, finally, That you have to go you packed up Leftovers of bread and common smile Taking a ride on Bengali tiger’s broad back, On the freaky carousel that was too fast For you to leave the saddle or even jump, Switch the place,…

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New Additions and Digressions

New Additions and Digressions

Want to point to the new poetry below by Aleksandar Novakovich and a return visit by Desi Di Nardo. Strong poets from the Balkans and Canada, respectively. Please comment on their works and let them know your impressions. * * * * * Now, for that digression. Albeit brief. I recently heard an interesting fact on the radio. Deer like the grass on the side of the road because it is more loaded with certain kinds of nutrients they need….

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