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Subsync’s Poem of the Month

Poems chosen for our Poem of the Month are selected because we think they do a fine job of representing the sort of poetry we want for our print journals: an original voice, a sense of authentic creativity, a fearlessness.

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The poems from past years will remain online at our archives site  until the end of the Internet (or WordPress), visible and freely accessible to the general web-surfing public. Please visit Subsynchronous Press Archives for our full catalog.

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All Poem of the Month poets will receive a .pdf of our limited edition publication, The Trove, which is our annual anthology of Subsync’s Poem of the Month series, published every March.

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~~~~~~2019~~~~~~

 

~~ January ~~

Nesting
Changming Yuan

With withered grasses from epics
Sticks from philosophy
Feathers from contemporary art

We are all busy building nests of meaning
So our souls could settle there
High up as if on Ygdrasil

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Creative Commons License

 This work is licensed under a CC BY-NC-ND 3.0.
Subsynchronous Press 2019

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5 responses »

  1. Only you, Gary, can spin a tale of the mydterious Arizona wilderness. Great write.

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  2. Dear Gary: Thanks for sharing these great poems. Keep ’em coming! Suzy

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  3. Thanks Gary Keep ’em coming! Suzy

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  4. Good company here. NIce to be aboard. JP Kincaid

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