Ann Arbor Review


Patty Dickson Pieczka
Deji Adesoye
Michelle Bailet-Jones
Steve Barfield
Gale Acuff

Elisavietta Ritchie
Solomon Haruna
Aneek Chatterjee
Karyn M. Bruce
Robert Nisbet
Laszlo Slomvits
Y. Przhebelskaya

Running Cub
Alan Britt

Alica Mathias

Michael Lee Johnson

Vyarka Kozareva

Silvia Scheibli

Richard Gartee
Fahredn Shehu
Amit Parmressar

John Grey
Shutta Crum

Jennifer Burd
Kushal Perusal

Fred Wolven

Stephen Sleboda

Denis Robillard

Alex Ferde

Ann Arbor Review

is an independent

International Journal & ezine

Copyright (c) 2021-22 Francis FerdeAll rights revert back to each poet. --editor / Southeastern Florida

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

Francis Ferde, editor
Silver Grey Fox, editing
Running Cub, reader
Fred Wolven, publisher

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 "See You again"

Seems am leaving me behind
Seems an integral part of me
Looking deep into your eyes
I am more sure of what I felt and feeling

See you again
I will be gone for a moment
I wish you can come with me
But i will see you again

Fonder my heart grows
Sitting in this wagon
Hands glue to my pen
Writing this to you for you

I retrospect on the short memories
The once we had and those yet too
All i could do is smile
My guts are and were right see you again



 Colognes are nice
But she is nicer
Berry look beautiful
But she look more

Words are short
Ideas but words couldn't express
I tried to envisage her
Smiles lock up my face 
Whenever i think of her

Her appearance mesmerizes me
gentle but gracious
Spellbound by her charming smile
Here i stand thinking of her subtly

The way she call out my name 
The sound of her voice is invaluable
I want to stay by her side all day
Just to hear the sounds of her voice 



Solomon Haruna, Kaduna, Nigeria




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