National Poetry Month and Jake Arnold

Two Poets Left!! Our celebration of National Poetry Month at 5writers.com slowly winds down with our penultimate poet, Jake Arnold of Denton, Texas. As a reminder, 5Writers is celebrating National Poetry Month by offering one poem for each day of the month from ten different poets. Each poet has graciously shared with us three poems each: […]

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National Poetry Month and Desmond Collier

We continue our celebration of National Poetry Month with a very special pair of poets. In this back-to-back double post, Tracie Morell and Desmond Collier, two highly successful poets from Erie, Pennsylvania, are the only Mother-Son combination to be featured here at 5Writers this month. As a reminder, 5Writers is celebrating National Poetry Month by offering one […]

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National Poetry Month and Tracie Morell

We continue our celebration of National Poetry Month with a very special pair of poets. In this back-to-back double post, Tracie Morell and Desmond Collier, two highly successful poets from Erie, Pennsylvania, are the only Mother-Son combination to be featured here at 5Writers this month. As a reminder, 5Writers is celebrating National Poetry Month by offering one […]

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National Poetry Month and Melissa Prunty Kemp

A Note To Our Subscribers: This month our posts at 5Writers -and the emails announcing them- increases from six to ten as we celebrate National Poetry Month. Please know that it is not our intent to spam you, nor is this a permanent increase. The number of emails you receive from us will return to normal in May. Thank you for being a […]

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National Poetry Month and Cee Williams

A Note To Our Subscribers: For the next month our posts at 5Writers will increase from six to ten; therefore the number of notifications you receive via email will also increase. Please know that it is not our intent to spam you, nor is it permanent increase. It is temporary and will only happen for the month of April […]

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National Poetry Month and Robin Clarke

A Note To Our Subscribers: For the next month our posts at 5Writers will increase from six to ten; therefore the number of notifications you receive via email will also increase. Please know that it is not our intent to spam you, nor is it permanent increase. It is temporary and will only happen for the month of April […]

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National Poetry Month and Art Zilleruelo

A Note To Our Subscribers: For the next month our posts at 5Writers will increase from six to ten; therefore the number of notifications you receive via email will also increase. Please know that it is not our intent to spam you, nor is it permanent increase. It is temporary and will only happen for the month of April […]

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National Poetry Month and Dominique Locke

A Note To Our Subscribers: For the next month our posts at 5Writers will increase from six to ten; therefore the number of notifications you receive via email will also increase. Please know that it is not our intent to spam you, nor is it permanent increase. It is temporary and will only happen for the month of April […]

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The Poor Children by April L. Ford – A 5Writers Review

by Ron Hayes Once when I was about 20 years old, in-between College Enrollment #1 and Huge Life Mistake #2, I was crashing at my mom’s for a while as our family tried to spiral back into normalcy after my father’s untimely death. Long an avid reader, my mom always had a handful of paperbacks lying around, waiting […]

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At What Price, Truth?

by Linda Escalera Price When I was 16, I read a book that shone light on the unspoken truth of what it was like to live in the home of a Marine fighter pilot. Words we had dared not utter outside of our homes – even to our best friends – pages and pages of […]

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