4.30.17 Welcome Home

Matsuo Basho said, “Every day is a journey, and the journey itself is home.” On this week’s melodically challenged, our poets and musicians welcome you home and into every room in the house.

 

 

Ballad for the Daily Condition – Jennifer K. Sweeney

Song – John Murillo

On Winter Nights – John Struloeff

Used Books – Lujeta Lleshanaku translated by Ani Gika

The Independent Republic of Your Small Handwriting – Anabel Caride translated by Curtis Bauer

Please Never Take Me Home – Jared Leibowich

The New Garden – Gabriel Fried

The Crucifix – Alex Dimitrov

Dancing Near a Body of Water – Lee Herrick

The Dog – Kate Northrop

Still Life With Suicide – Alexander Long

Diogenes – Gerald Stern

Love is Made of Images – Jenn Habel

Come

Back Home to Me – Marwood Williams

Prayer in Hell’s Kitchen – Alex

Dimitrov

My Mother Told Us Not to Have Children – Rebecca Gayle Howell

Out of Anonymity – Andres Navarro translated by Curtis Bauer

Telephone Wire – Julie

Gard

Aubade

– Paula Cunningham

Encanto’s

Ferry – Norman Dubie

Little Elegy – Betsy

Sholl

The Birds – Maggie

Sawkins

Tritanopia

– Elena Medel

Nightlight Instrumental – Lobo Loco

I Wake to Find I Am Not Awake – Adam Vines

Breakdown in April – Chloe

Honum

Itaewon

– Gary Jackson

The Translator – Sandra Beasley

Ideal City Dream Sequence – Ilyse

Kusnetz

Hometown

Streetlife – Lobo Loco

 

 

 

 
 

 

 

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