Monday, July 4, 2022

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The dancing shadows

The dancing shadows: ‘All we hear is … silence’

The Dancing Shadows by Nelson Vincent It's the party of spirits Where I see One foot; Another foot the one complementing another Left, Right, Forward, Backward Rhythmical... These shadows are dancing The drums reel...
your shoes

In your shoes, to feel what you go through

In your shoes, to feel what you go through by Brian Kasaine Let's trade places Mount my horse I'll slip feet into your shoes. Ride through my garden of...
turkey talk

Sundaze: Turkey talk for a lovely November

A little turkey talk for your Sundaze I am tired of politics. — Mike Allen (Editor’s Note: NonDoc provides Sundaze as a weekly space for poetry, short prose, visual art...
poems

Poems: ‘The Blue God’ of war is coming and more

The Blue God by Joan McNerney The blue god of war is so strong he can twist trees with the tip of his tongue. You better not defy him scream at...
video

Ahead of regional tour, step into Travis Linville’s ‘Bar Room’

For your TGIF procrastinating pleasure, take a look at the latest video from one of Oklahoma's favorite singer-songwriters, Travis Linville. "It's a tip of the...
Starry Night

Poetry: Starry night of the great fire & The final seder

Starry Night of the Great Fire by Derek Geiger Chattel ride a ferrous horse Off to their ash-filled commune To forge axes for the norse As they march to...
The Girl Child

In support of feminism: The Girl Child

The Girl Child by Nelson Vincent Ayomitunde (Author's note: Based on certain cultural instincts that have birthed discrimination in gender, this poem is for feminism, dedicated...
Colonias

Colonias on the border struggle with decades-old water issues

By Maria Esquinca and Andrea Jaramillo News21 YUMA, Ariz. – Nestor Alaniz didn’t get a permit to build a well in his mother’s backyard, and he...
Daryl Ross Halencak

Daryl Ross Halencak poetry: ‘Sister Moon’ and ‘Private First Class’

Sister Moon by Daryl Ross Halencak Sister Moon and I look for nighttime shine, past the darkened clouds, over the rainbow, through the shadows. Will we gaze beyond the...
hope

‘Hope is a choice’ that can make all the difference

In 1985, Czechoslovakian playwright and dissident Vaclav Havel sat in prison while his country was under the control of the Soviet Union. At that time,...

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