Rural Summer

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  Rural Summer is an original poem by Natalie Ramirez Cain: Dragonflies flit in an amorous frenzy through the sunlight and the heat. They brush against us in their haste, our skin slick with sweat and sunscreen mingling in the … Continued

Florida in January

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  Florida in January is an original poem by Natalie Ramirez Cain:   Primal air Large palm fronds intersecting in the mist that lies low above the ground Hanging moss draped and drooping from southern live oaks that line the … Continued

Ashes to Ashes

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  Ashes to Ashes is an original poem by Natalie Ramirez Cain: Time flies Quicker than a sunset Doesn’t let our hearts rest Pushing us past the dead Leaves on the ground Earth and dirt reclaiming a fallen tree Sweet, ripe … Continued

Summer’s Close

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  Summer’s Close is an original poem by Natalie Ramirez Cain: The sun asks me: Are you ready for change? I’ve given you plenty of days for swimming through summer carefree like a seal, your heart not as heavy, unburdened … Continued

Godspeed

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  Godspeed is an original poem by Natalie Ramirez Cain: The minute hand has started resuming its slow tick. The candle has stopped burning: it’s burned off all its wick. The air escaped the room that night; now it’s slowly … Continued

Cozy Windows

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  Sunshine warming the table and creating little rainbows through various prisms, random mediums scattering colors, making friends with shadows. Rain pelting the pane, streaking the glass like a trail of tears. Every exhale a release of warmth, condensation frosting … Continued