Sestina
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A Box of Mother (Sestina) Robert Diamante   I flew to Texas to visit my Mother. She in the living … Read More

That First Summer (or so)
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Misunderstanding your backyard topography is the second biggest sin you can commit when creating a landscape. The first is not … Read More

The Beginning
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I wish you could have seen the backyard when I first bought the house. Today, I look out at the … Read More

North by Northeast
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I have two short stories (“Blue Eyes” and “The Barren”) included in North by Northeast: An Anthology of Writers from … Read More

The Cosmic Ellipsis…
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Ruminate Magazine has a wonderful blog filled with insightful articles. I am thrilled to be included among the writers on … Read More

Tekton
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  Introduction…or skip right to “Tekton”   Recently I visited close friends living in Jordan. It was my first trip … Read More

The Emasculate Connection
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“…Matthew must have had in mind the practitioners of a pagan cult active in the Greco-Roman world during Jesus’ lifetime, … Read More

Why Scarlett Never Really Loved Ashley, Anyway.
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Why Scarlett Never Really Loved Ashley, Anyway. by Robert Diamante I drown, I surface, I breathe. I drown again; a … Read More

Crows
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Crows By Robert Diamante   I prefer my winter hues maudlin: the poetry flows. I prefer the sky cast gray, … Read More

The Plowman
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The Earnestness of the Plowman Robert Diamante   I work hard every spring To redefine the lines between my lawn … Read More

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