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Author : José A. Alcantara

News Poetry: The Eye of the Beholder

The one on the left, with the pink backpack, carrying the C-4, is wearing a headset under that checked yellow scarf, receiving final instructions. The […]...

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January 9, 2018 Just In, news poems, The Mix, Uncategorized

News Poetry: Senbazuru

God folds the world along pre-creased lines, pressing one edge against another, before scoring. Sometimes she folds one way, opens, then reverses. That’s how we […]...

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January 3, 2018 Just In, news poems, The Mix

News Poetry: “2018: The Year in Review – A Prose Poem”

At Garrison Keillor’s Hague trial for fixing The World Cup, Justice Gorsuch mistakenly referred to George Papadopoulos as “George Pocahontas”. In the ensuing melee, North […]...

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January 2, 2018 Just In, news poems, The Mix, Uncategorized

News Poetry: Made in America

You have the right to bear arms to bear poverty to bear discrimination. You have the right to assemble in free-speech zones behind well-marked chain […]...

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December 29, 2017 Just In, news poems, The Mix

News Poetry: A Different Sort of Eden

Sometimes a woman, to defend herself, or her cubs, will dress up as a bear, pluck, one by one, the twenty ribs of a man, […]...

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November 14, 2017 Just In, news poems, The Mix, Uncategorized

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Support The Indy at the Denver Press Club with guest bartender Dick Lamm!

Former Colorado Gov. Richard Lamm will return to the Denver Press Club as a guest bartender next Tuesday, Jan. 9 from 6 p.m. to 7:30 […]

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PHOTOS: A Marade in which boots spoke the loudest

Coloradans have been marching in memory of Martin Luther King, Jr., for 35 years now. Some “Marades” have been headier than others. Like in 1992 […]

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