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The Tourist’s Camera 

The Tourist’s Camera poetry by Kris Jordan (c) 2018 I find cameras utterly unreliable  It can’t snap the depth of the Grand Canyon  Nor how it brings goosebumps to my skin when the wind blows  Nor how my mind wonders if I am truly seeing into the past  Questioning what I’ve been taught and what […]

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In Her Shoes Poetry by Kris Jordan

In Her Shoes Perspective Poetry (c) Kris Jordan I’m here, dripping sweat down my nose, working hard. Scrubbing the floors, the counters, the refrigerator shelves. Burning off this damn energy. Thinking of you. Wondering why I did you wrong. Slamming the vacuum into the corner. Cussing as I roll over my foot. Kicking my ass […]

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Shirley Temples and Long Island Iced Teas

Shirley Temples and Long Island Iced Teas a poem by Kris Jordan (c) 2013 *this was orginally published in Anything Prose and Poetry, Too! (Anassa Publications, LLC) Our date was on Saturday morning I skipped cartoons to seal my hair back with a barrette Wiggled into a ruffle trimmed dress You wore cowboy boots and […]

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