For those who keep track of such things, this is the 1,300th post at Eyewear. April's 14 poets now up at Nthposition.
Credit rating & True blank
by Peter Robinson
by Alex Cigale
Sales pitch & The cactus
by Kathryn Jacobs
An alien is for life, not just for Christmas
by Steven Van-Hagen
Dialogue with the bald spot
by James Grinwis
Rural New England
by Hassan Melehy
Fascists built all the best buildings
by Jason Monios
Firing Squad, an Ars Poetica
by Jon Morgan Davies
by Justin Lowe
by Noel Rooney
by Jan Harris
Gold and gloom
by Donald Brown
After the fact
by Bill Howell
by Adam Burbage
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