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The Beacon Mountain Poem

Long before I grew enamored with Beacon as NoBro (North Brooklyn) with its gentrifying main street of art galleries and funky coffee houses clustered in restored brick buildings at both ends, I encountered it as a prison town. (“Be-A-Con,” a … Continue reading

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January Poetry Blitz: Mike Jurkovic

Pale Diaspora I’m sorry I mistook the Mercedes Benz logo for a peace sign But I haven’t been myself of late. Now I’m not writing this to make excuses for myself or leave the door open to any greater anti-testimony … Continue reading

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