UnSung Poets: Elías Nandino

Elías Nandino Birth: April 19, 1900  Death: October 2, 1993  Cocula Mexican poet born in Jalisco, in 1900. Besides his work as a doctor, Nandino supported many young poets from the magazine he founded and directed. Edited collection of books “New Mexico” directed “Stations” and from 1960 to 1964 was director of “Cuadernos de Bellas…

Just For A Moment …

Take a walk into the dark Alone with your heart In silence. For there is no one around The world is at peace The great wind howls The voices have ceased. Rest your soul For it is all that You have, Among the trees As in daylight You pass on by the Wounded & the…

Saint Poem … Albany,NY’s Reading Series

Poetry… Poets & Experimental Writing. Featured Poets & Their Work As Well As Themes. These Are The Things That Have Made Poetry Open Mics Interesting Over The Years & That Have Kept The Voices Returning. SAINT POEM Is A New Reading Series Which Will Encourage New Poets & Writers And Change In The Albany,NY Poetry-And…

Our Battle …

For our battle is not against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the authorities, against the powers of this dark world and against the spiritual forces of evil in the heavenly realms…

The Queen Of Hearts

They say in Deadwood Hickok’s final hand included the aces & eights of both black suits, A Deadman’s Hand, a 5 card draw And that death came with it, But in life it all depends Upon the cards That you are dealt. For I’ve seen the world thru A narrow glass, An empty glass And…