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Poetry for Peace Brush Gallery Reading on October 14th, 2013

This month’s Poetry for Peace had nine readers, and a slew of other audience members. You can read the poems people read by clicking on their names below: Sarah Gates (read Dover Beach and Dover Bitch) Mallory Garretson (read Lola’s … Continue reading

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Mallory Garretson’s reading at Poetry for Peace on October 14th

Lola’s Secret Poem She crosses lint with the common alpine bog moss. Mum’s the word, so liquidate it. I’m sorry.  I cannot tell you what brand of dish soap I use. That’s privileged information, Owen. She crosses arabesques with the … Continue reading

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Sarah Gate’s reading at Poetry for Peace on October 14th

Dover Beach The sea is calm to-night. The tide is full, the moon lies fair Upon the straits; on the French coast the light Gleams and is gone; the cliffs of England stand; Glimmering and vast, out in the tranquil … Continue reading

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Featured Poet: Sean Morrissey

Sean is a sophomore at St. Lawrence, major undeclared. He spends his free time on campus trying to have face to face communication in an ever increasingly technological world. You can find him with a smile on his face at … Continue reading

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Peace Framed Reception

On Friday, September 20, Poetry for Peace joined the St. Lawrence County Arts Council for its latest event: the opening reception of the exhibition Peace Framed. Two students, Jamie Caroccio ’14 and Holly Brown ’14, and St. Lawrence Area Poets … Continue reading

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Martello’s reading 9/20/13

No Enemies You have no enemies, you say? Alas, my friend, the boast is poor, He who has mingled in the fray Of duty, that the brave endure, Must have made foes. If you have none, Small is the work … Continue reading

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Poetry for Peace Brush Gallery Reading September 9th, 2013

Check out the poems that Steph Eldon and Jenny Liano read by clicking on their names!

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Jenny Liano’s reading from the September Poetry for Peace

Cantos Nuevos Dice la tarde: “¡Tengo sed de sombra!” Dice la luna: “¡Yo, sed de luceros!” La fuente cristalina pide labios y suspira el viento. Yo tengo sed de aromas y de risas, sed de cantares nuevos sin lunas y … Continue reading

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Steph Eldon’s reading at the September 2013 Poetry for Peace

The Names Yesterday, I lay awake in the palm of the night. A soft rain stole in, unhelped by any breeze, And when I saw the silver glaze on the windows, I started with A, with Ackerman, as it happened, … Continue reading

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Poetry for Peace World Language Week Reading March 27th, 2013

This month our reading was held in Carnegie 10 to accomodate the large number of language classes that had people reading poems in various languages, along with translations. Our featured poet this month was Sam Lagor, a senior at SLU. … Continue reading

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