Monthly Archives: December 2019

Interview with Screenwriter John Saunders (MIMICS)

Originally posted on Matthew Toffolo's Summary:
Matthew Toffolo: What is your screenplay about? John Saunders: A plane carrying two prisoners crash lands in North Carolina where hunters Ethan, Tommy and Dale come to their assistance. Major Reynolds and one…

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Read Poem: The sky fell on him again, by Zakir Hossain

Genre – Mystery Style – Surrealistic And again, the sky fell on him, it happened many times, but only on that occasion, he made a decision that he never did before. The sky fell on him again- he was on … Continue reading

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Read Poem: STUFF, by Katherine Darlington

I have a lot of it, more than I thought I did, and in the past couple years I spent time going through Stuff I owned that I stored in my pale red barn, out back Where the horse stall … Continue reading

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Read Poetry: Sheepscape, by Dan Brook

alone in the verdant field she munches the grass though there’s no satisfaction there remembering her last love even the fresh grass and buttercups of this warm Spring morning taste bland, empty, meaningless why eat to stay alive when life … Continue reading

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Read Poem by David P. Carroll

She’s Beautiful. As I’m looking into You bright eyes, Suddenly I’m in love…. With a beautiful woman From above, As I close my eyes, And count to three, I see us forever in love… It’s our future I see, So … Continue reading

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Read Poem: WHY I WORRY ABOUT MY UNBORN CHILD, by Roxana Cazan

Because the Oklahoma sky also stretches Stippled with wind-bruised stars. Because a Pakistani-American doctor came in shuffling paperwork and ultrasounds. Because the ocean dipped as bodies were being pulled out of water. Because I wake to feel you squirming, like … Continue reading

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Read Poem: Who is to be Blamed?, by Robert Hillary

Right from conception, I sensed my destination is in a nation filled with corruption Where leaders eat the cake of the nation Leaving the masses in destitution Am I to be blamed I was birthed into this nation with no … Continue reading

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