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Upon Further Reflection

Upon Further Reflection

We have new poetry from several excellent writers for our June issue. Donal Mahoney, Corey Mesler, Isaac Black, William Doreski, Ricky Garni and Steve F. Klepetar. They’ve each added a spark to Spinozablue and expand its history. *     *     *     *     * Pathways have always intrigued me. Especially deep pathways that go on forever, with tall thick woods all around that deepen as you go further in. They should scare you just a little bit and make you question why…

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William Doreski: No Thru Traffic

William Doreski: No Thru Traffic

  The Dead-End of Main Street   Main Street ran through my living room until I shut and locked both doors. I don’t know or care how traffic detours around my house but I resented the threat to my cats. A heavy black girder bridge spans the gap between this town and that one. I wouldn’t drive or walk across it for fear that the massive girders would bend satirically, dumping me into a vale of thorns and nettles. You,…

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