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Founder’s Favourites

Issue 15—July 2021


Bruce Levine

The Right Path 5

Where is Time 8

Reminders 9

Music 13

Solid Turf 14

John Grey

Marsh Life 6

On the Outer Rim 7

Peter Mladinic

Flashlight 4

Eric Rosenbaum

Roomba versus Shark 10

Vadim Kagan

Hues 3

Why They’re My Favourites

Bruce Levine

The Right Path (p5) I relate to this poem.

I’ve struggled with choices of siding with

fear or taking a chance for a lighter path.

Where is Time (p8) I liked the questions

and the possibility of time being held in

the palm of the unknown. Reminders

(p9) I was drawn in by the sounds and

closeness of tourists. It’s something I

miss. Music (p13) I love the cortex of the

soul being wrapped in butterfly wings,

and sounds floating in time. Solid Turf

(p14) The first two lines captured my

attention—Crossing the street of dreams

Into a field of hope.

Eric Rosenbaum

Roomba versus Shark (p10) I love

reading object perspectives. The dialogue

between the two conflicting personalities

of the vacuum cleaners was enjoyable.

I’m happy they worked things out in the


John Grey

Marsh Life (p6) I like up-lifting theme.

And the message in the last sentence. On

the Outer Rim (p7) The theme, and the

last sentence, definitely pulls on my


Peter Mladinic

Flashlight (p4) I like the temperature of

the poem. It’s an environment of


Vadim Kagan

Hues (p3) The phrase “The eyes I slowly

drowned in,” and the ending captured my


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