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Tipton Poetry Journal

Hyacinth Luke Samra Planted deep within this Heart of Georgia orange clay The layers of soil down to my soul Though it's been below the snow It finds a way to grow The sun shines in fractals Off of the snowflakes Turning them to rain

Luke Samra is a graduate of Marian University in Indianapolis. He enjoys playing and teaching tennis. Luke is a musician.

The Ghost Moon Michael Keshigian Through the congested clouds it creeps, its vague, cratered tonnage, amid the dust, glides hauntingly through the mystery about, its path worn thin, reflecting the ambitions above which it hovers that are slowly invading those dark recesses once hidden, barely illuminated by starlight. Its ghostly image

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Profile for Tipton Poetry Journal

Tipton Poetry Journal #29  

Winter 2016

Tipton Poetry Journal #29  

Winter 2016

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