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Books
· Carrboro Poetica

· Above and Below

· Spinning Straw: the Jeff Apple Story


Short Stories
· Scrawny Kid Clerked at Thrifty

· Euceless Laughs, Y O U Laugh {Capice?}

· This is Your Lucky Day by Euceless Liesalot

· Christmas Fax for da Broads in da Audience

· Flashing

· Owner Will Repair Kitchen Floor {flash humor}

· Courting Able


Articles
· Amnesty International Pressing for More Anti-Rape Legislation

· Bullying has no Place in a Democracy

· Calling Dr. Mengele, Calling Dr. Mengele

· Show and Tell by Karen Vanderlaan - Review

· Valley of the Shadow by Sybil Austin Skakle - Review

· Courage in Patience by Beth Fehlbaum -- a Review

· Heart Attack Symptoms Differ for Men and Women -- Read and Share!

· If you Have Been Kidnapped or Abducted --A Letter from Someone who Cares

· RICO for Kids - Help Missing Children, U.S.A.

· Reason to Celebrate! {re O N E's impact re suffering in Africa}


Poetry
· Listen to Your Muse, Then get up an' do Your Thing

· Poem an Inside Job

· Vicks, Flannel, and Great Expectations?

· Rumor January 19, two Thousand Thirteen

· Snow Night with Bird

· Gunned Down

· Shape Shifter

· Fought Tooth and Nail, I Know You {for Ellie}

· Night-Light

· We are Here to Tell You

         More poetry...
News
· Featured in Creative Thinkers International!

· Second Appearance in Leann Marshall's Sketch Notes

· New Appearance in The Yarn Spinner

· Bullying has no Place in a Democracy Featured at Creative Thinkers Intnl

· Poem to Appear in Sketchbook

· Poems to Appear in Sensations' 21st Century Issue

· In Richard Lee King's The Price of Freedom

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This poem was published about fifteen
years ago. I wrote it after finding
a snake right behind the house. It
felt like a sign, and a terrifying
one, at that. Someone I loved was
about to undergo an amputation. . .
too long a story to tell here, but
...suffice it to say, the poem has
special significance for me.
Thanks for being here. Phyllis
======================================


pit viper guarding my ivy
this morning
incredible  still

lurking thought -- white on white --
patience thwarted
can  kill


 


(c)  Phyllis Jean Green


 


 


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Reviewed by Susan Sparks (Reader)
I don't understand dreams. I'm not really sure that dreams mean what people say they mean. All I think dreams are is creativity in the sleeping state, creativity that we won't allow to come out when we ARE awake. I'm not crazy about snakes. I almost peed on one, a very long one, over a year ago on a photography trip out in the middle of nowhere and no bathroom. But I really do think he was more afraid of me than I was of him.
Reviewed by Cynth'ya cynthyaspeaks@gmail.com
This is quite symbolic Pea. Also another lesson, be wise and strike only when provoked to do so for good cause. Striking at anything for the wrong reasons always gets us "bit back."

blessin's,
cynth'ya lewis reed
Reviewed by Susan Cook-Jahme
Hi there Pea...I really thought this very good. Trust your friend is OK? Biggest Hug, Susan
Reviewed by Regis Auffray
Much power in so few words. Well done, Phyllis. Love and peace. Regis
Reviewed by Trish - The Trickster
Still a great write. Happy Easter, my friend.
Reviewed by Elizabeth Taylor (Reader)
Yup. Still good.
Reviewed by J. Pajot
Unusual and captivatingly unsettling...
Reviewed by A PAX
word play here.........omen?
very interesting!
Reviewed by Sandie Angel
Heartfelt and well-expressed.

~ Sandie Angel a.k.a. May Lu ~
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