Ann Arbor Review

INSIDE THIS ISSUE:

Fahredin Shehu
Elisavietta Ritchie
Uvie  Gwewhegbe
Jennifer Burd
George Miller
Robert Penick
Laszlo Slomovits
Richard Gartee
Gale Acuff
Stephen Sleboda
Robert Nisbet
Chris Spitters
Silvia Scheibli
Michael Lee Johnson

Alicia Mathias
Alan Britt
Y. Przhebelskaya
Helen Gyigya

Aneek Chatterjee
Alex Ferde
Running Cub

Joanie Freeman
Shutta Crum

Fred Wolven

Steve Barfield

Deji Adesoye

Michelle Bailat-Jones


 

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--editor / Southeastern Florida
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AAR history note:  in print 1967 - 1980.  Irregular publications 1980 - 2004.  As ezine 2004 - present. Most of 55 years all together....

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Home

At the beginning believed                                                
home. A scrutiny beneath
revealed cracking,
molten wood 
The still eyes of the feral
returned, throwing live
queries.   
& all my prates
ably discovered by you
from inside the glass rack. 
Summer had long eloped
but the floor was still
burning.

On the road now
neighboring white snow,
fully sated

 

Arrivals 

Arrivals are always hazy,morning mist.  

Patience takes a beating

like the hapless child on pavement,

waiting for boiled rice.  

Arrivals are seldom, like

the flower that blooms once in

every fourteen years. 

But expectations have some

irresistible aroma, you are drawn to, 

like a possessed soul. 

The aroma keeps you travel

in the barren, harvested field

in a melancholic, winter evening. 

 

Tectonic Shift

Dance rhythms reverberated
from below the earth

Tectonic plates are shifting 
enlarged gaps  

In the middle of a dark shift 
the dancer is busy, performing

When did you last show up?
Memorabilia failed to answer

Sure the shows on, in another part
of the world, the shift has no effect

Im following the dancer here
Eternally, by the side of the ocean  


 

Aneek Chatterjee, Kolkata, India    

   


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