Soul Fountain

Poem – SEA CHANGE? (By Ray Gallucci)

SEA CHANGE? We typically live not a century here. And most of us travel less farther than near. It’s said, “Change is good,” though just few travel far, But see such variety – Fortunate are! So what of the many ...
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Short Story – Mimosa (By Adel Aaron)

Mimosa By Adel Aaron 1 “You’re ten minutes late. Why?” Frank’s question took her by surprise. If only Claire could tell him she hadn’t wanted to be late. That some things were simply beyond her control. So many things were ...
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Poem – Power Kernels (By David Russell)

Power Kernels Break down the elements, split them To non-existence; Then shatter all solidity’s illusions, Free impulses Beyond the viscous mind, still feeling hard By vanity's gas upholstered. And then, for happiness’s definition, Shut the door; Relax, and don't be ...
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Poem – LOST NO MORE? (By Ray Gallucci)

LOST NO MORE? Atlantis's legend’s a mystery no more -- Just Isles Santorini remain from its shore. Volcano that blew, fifteen hundred B.C., Replaced most of Thera with nothing but sea.* Seems Plato was right, even though off by ten ...
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Poem – THINGS THAT GO “BUMP” IN THE NIGHT (By Ray Gallucci)

THINGS THAT GO "BUMP" IN THE NIGHT The comet was heading for Earth To impact directly on Perth: "Unless we avoid This death planetoid, Our lives aren't a plugged nickel worth." Too large to deflect it astray If even they ...
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Poem – Limits (By Gary Beck)

Limits You promised in front of a priest to love, honor, cherish. Then you started gambling, When you lost you started drinking. The more you lost, the more you drank. You came home drunk, yelled and cursed at me. I ...
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THIN LINES (By Zero-Gravity)

THIN LINES Thin Lines is a collection of words and phrases that are similar in spelling or sound, but have very different meaning. SQUIRT & SQUINT INBRED & EMBED INFANTRY & INFANT TREE TOGETHER & TO GET HER AWRY & ...
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Poem – WILL YOU BE HERE? (By Ray Gallucci)

WILL YOU BE HERE? When swollen Sun burns red the sky, Will you be salty basin dry? When Moon is just a distant speck, Will you no longer coastlines wreck? When Venus orbits sun no more, Will you, like Mars, ...
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Poem – Rocky the Raccoon (By Danny P. Barbare)

Rocky the Raccoon On a cold winter night the raccoon eats pecans under the tree. It keeps its distance or rather I keep mine. I can hear its sharp teeth grinding on the paper shell. Wild! It stops. So I ...
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The 2016 Soul Fountain Anthology of Poetry

Antarctica Journal is honored to announce our 2nd annual Anthology of Poetry, featuring all of the wonderful poems published on our website in 2016. We are so proud of all of the contributing artists and the superb poems that they ...
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