Oct/Nov 2007

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s p o t l i g h t   a u t h o r


Grzegorz Wróblewski

(These are excerpts—click on the title to view the whole piece!)

Two Poems

They ate it together.
What a wonderful sight!

Mr. Cullen’s Sally

He poured four liters of strong poison over the historic oak in Austin,
under which, in the year 1836, the whites and the reds shook hands.


Nothing new this summer.

(Gretha! What’s Become of Our December Snow?)

(I have decided! You'll get a Polynesian
mask from me!)

Two Poems

In the picture 5 plump (it was fashionable then) women.
Satisfied, they smoke cigarettes.