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Josep+Paloma

Paris is Raining Water is raining down Montmartre, rivulets leaking to the Seine. Josep feels like a martyr, the slow torture of wet feet. The stitching of his leather shoes is rotting; that’s the kind of winter it has been. … Continue reading

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Linking to a Beautiful Poem by J.S. Lee

I read a lot of beautiful and arresting poems every day, but rarely feel called to reblog any poems but my own here at Bard of Liminga. Here is a dazzling poem by Richmond, Virginia poet Joanna Lee, published over … Continue reading

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Paris Is Raining

Water is raining down Montmartre, rivulets leaking to the Seine. Josep feels like a martyr, the slow torture of wet feet. The stitching of his leather shoes is rotting; that’s the kind of winter it has been. Paloma hugs his … Continue reading

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