Monday, February 4, 2013

riverbabble 22


Sailin' by Christopher Novak

riverbabble 22

William Doreski:
         Dutch & Flemish Genre Scenes
         After a Day of Open Vowels   

Rafael Jesús González:

Sheryl L. Nelms:
         Crescent Lake, Arizona
         Heat Lightning

Robert Pesich:
          Old Mountain

Alicia Salinas:
          Problema doméstico / Household Problem
          Duda / Unsure

John Oliver Simon:
          Temescal Creek

Anne Whitehouse:
          The Eye That Cries
          Story of a Dress

Jeffrey Bernstein:   Winter Longing
Cassandra Dallett:    Feeding the Mountain
Holly Day:    New Memories
Stuart Dodds:   Love in Winter

Joanne Faries:   Aftermath
Michael Gause:    Winter Passage
Cecele Allen Kraus:    Ice Storm
Len Kuntz:   Space and Time
Kirt Lumpkin:   Blind to The Night
Doug Mathewson:   About the light
Anthony Adrian Pino:   A Lamentation: Sandy Hook School, December 2012
Armando Rendón:   Looking out to the back garden
Hilary Sideris   The Parable of the Lost Coin
Sandy Steinman:   After the Storm
John Swain:   Between Thin Walls
Rimas Uzgiris:   Skiing the Wasatch Range
Sandy Vrooman:   bit on the back side


Cynthia Benson:   Snow Globe

Pamela Brenman:   Unpacking

j.d.daniels:   The Use to be Time

W. F. Lantry:   Circles

Tony Press:   Buried in Plain White

Jon Sindell:   Del

Charles Taylor:   You Never Know Where You're Going

Lenore Weiss:   How I Landed a Job

Flash Fiction & Prose Poetry

Sharon Coleman:   Night Before Her Wedding

Chella Courington:
           Adele and Tom in Scene
           La Nevada

David Spicer:
           Girl in the Fog
           The White Door at the Foot of the Mountain

Luca Penne:
           Dream Lives
           A Little Romance


Christopher Novak: Sailin'  


Want to be sure of his spelling. Proof fever. Martin Cunningham forgot to give us his spellingbee conundrum this morning. It is amusing to view the unpar one ar alleled embarra two ars is it? double ess ment of a harassed pedlar while gauging au the symmetry with a y of a pelled pear under a cemetery wall. Silly, isn't it? Cemetery put in of course on account of the symmetry.

                                                                    JAMES JOYCE, Ulysses, p.100., 17, 165-170.

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