A straightened line of cold rounded

sand still manifests itself in a

circular formation of lost

privileges and guarded chances,

falling, tumbling, surrounded in a

broken mist of past ignorance, sealed

by hot assurances of  desire  and want,

hidden by incremental degrees  of solitude

and hope.


by Joseph Buehler


Joseph Buehler lives in northern Georgia with his wife Trish. He has published three short stories in the “Kansas Magazine” and a short story in the “Canadian Forum” long ago and three poems in “Bumble Jacket Miscellany” and a poem in “Defenestration” in December 2011 and have an upcoming poem in the spring/summer 2012 “Common Ground Review” and poems in “Theodate”, “Mad Swirl”, “Indiana Voice Journal” and other places.

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