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Featured Poem: Ghosts

By Kiki Petrosino Some ghosts are my mothers neither angry nor kind their hair blooming from silk kerchiefs. Not queens, but ghosts who hum down the hall on their curved fins sad as seahorses. Not all ghosts are mothers. I’ve counted them as I walk the beach. Some are herons wearing the moonrise like lace. Not lonely, but ghostly. They stalk the low tide … Read More Featured Poem: Ghosts