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A Close Second

I just received confirmation from Every Day Poets’ Managing Editor Oonah V Joslin that my poem Not Quite Mud-Luscious Yet just missed out on being in the April 1st slot, which I suppose means that I’m not an April Fool—just very darned close. My poem is slated for April 2nd. Don’t worry; I’ll probably wear you down with too many reminders in the meantime.

Here’s the tentative (and I assume fairly firm) line-up. Perhaps you’ll recognize some of the other fine poets; I know I do. In any event, I urge you to bookmark and stop by EVERY DAY POETS, ummm…every day. You won’t be disappointed.

01 Jack Byrne      haiku
02 Ron. Lavalette     Not Quite Mud-Luscious Yet
03 Colin Will      The Tree
04 Maire Morrissey-Cummins     haiku
05 Angela Readman     Tales of my Mother’s Old Clothes
06 Chad Nellis Sinclair     Moonshade over Ornamental Bliss
07 Dave Morehouse     Ojibwa Sabbath
08 James Graham     DNA Poem
09 Rachel Sutcliffe     untitled
10 Martin Heavisides     Improvisation for St. Valentine
11 Alanna Cohen     Literary Books
12 Kim Dela Cruz     Stillborn
13 T. H. Cayne     Can You See Her? (At the Bridge, Every Single Day to be Beyond)
14 F. Pierce Skinner     The World is More Often Than Not a Black and Cruel Place
15 Joshua Colwell     Quiet Blossom
16 Deron B. Bergstresser     Signs of Spring in Storage
17 Theodore E. Hovey     The Other I
18 Taylor Gale     equations
19 David Murphy     River Meld
20 Sy Roth     Storm Swept
21 Nick Falkowski     On the Farm
22 Charles L. Lowery     structured Teaching
23 Abriana Jette     In Moonlight
24 Beth Cato     autism
25 Katherine Sanger      bad things happen to good people
25 Jeff Jeppesen     EDITOR’S VIEW
26 Prospero E. Pulmo Jr.     web. breakfast
27 Jason Sturner     Shimmer
28 Phillip A. Ellis     After a Conversation
29 Joe Cifrin    Jaffa Cake
30 Schyler Gurney     The Barest Love

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Can't wait

Great news!