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Deciduous Love, by Tom Weiss | Sentinel, by Lucie Langford Canfield

deciduous love   on a father’s day inside a screened-in porch he sat with coffee and two dogs furry smooth […]

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Wet Dream, by Tom Weiss | Twist, by Cherie Truesdell

wet dream   bring me some beauty let it reflect I know it’s a mirror who gives a damn   […]

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Crazy Love, by Tom Weiss | Melancholic Tulips, by Susan Bryant

crazy love   I have loved all of them fingers feet breasts minds legs hair art children thighs dreams birthmarks […]

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Backward Glance, by Tom Weiss | Okefenokee Swamp 2019, by Nancy L McCrary

backward glance   he thought of looking in the mirror but that’s not where he saw the boy walking alone […]

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Waiting for Words, by Tom Weiss | Love, Rebecca by Lori Vrba

waiting for words   we have to wait until Saturday unless we want to do it on the phone because […]

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Burning Bushes, by Tom Weiss | Vine and Live Oak Entwined by Lynne Buchanan

burning bushes   on my vision quest I saw the face of god in three-quarter profile resting in a tree […]

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Projection, by Tom Weiss | Morphology by Dawn Watson

projection    her radiance would immerse me send me fearlessly down without suit or snorkel to a gypsy wagon reef […]

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Leopard Lesson, by Tom Weiss | Fu, by Cyndy Waters

leopard lesson   he confirmed what he knew about god and trees when he saw fu nominally a leopard as […]

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Minnesota Musher, by Tom Weiss | Winter Scene, by Jo Ann Chaus

  minnesota musher   a full and looming lunar light it frosted pure the wintry night as throbbing huskies’ cadenced […]

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Settlement, by Tom Weiss | Cattle Point with Mouse, by Bootsy Holler

settlement I’m divorcing my dogs Cooper and Stella other dogs abound but they’re not mine we don’t know each other […]

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Anima, by Tom Weiss | Broken, But Still Beautiful (woman) by Donna Dangott

anima   the woman lives inside him. she doesn’t say much she won’t always answer calls since when he’s drinking […]

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5Q Barbara Griffin

1. What is your favorite genre in photography? That’s like asking me who my favorite child is, and it’s impossible […]

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5Q George Lange

1. What is your favorite genre in photography? Imperfect perfection. I love when photographs are perfectly realized and out of […]

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5Q Peter Essick

What is your favorite genre in photography? I love looking at all types of genres of photography, but for my […]

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5Q John W. Cary

What is your favorite genre in photography? I came up as a photojournalist with basically a hard news background. With that […]

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5Q Richard McCabe

What is your favorite genre in photography? Art Photography   What is the first thing you do after waking up […]

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5Q Susan Bryant

What is your favorite genre in photography? Currently, landscapes (skies) and the human form (hands). My interest has shifted over […]

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Dale Niles

Born in Norfolk, Virginia, Niles’ formative years were spent with her family living in small, southern towns in Virginia and […]

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Lucie Langford Canfield

I’ve been a “Southern” photographer for about 55 years (if one includes Brownie and Instamatic camera use!) I feel as […]

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Sandra Chen Weinstein

  Sandra is self-taught and inspired by Sebastião Salgado and Magnum Photos. She has been selected as the only US […]

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