Posts Tagged "fj bergmann"


by on May 5, 2016 in Poetry | 1 comment

We robots mingle amiably, raising our oxidized alloy flags, toting portable solar chargers, creaking and rumbling. WELCOME says the cracked LED panel above the trampled grassland. Not one glare. No bad words. If you had been there, shocked to be the only wetware, aching for another...

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A Woman of a Certain Age

by on Dec 6, 2011 in Poetry | 3 comments

By FJ Bergmann I do prefer an orphan, whose demise is rarely noted. Far from nymphomania, I’ve had no more than twelve since coming here; less than a hundred moons have passed since then. Widowed (by reputation), I am demure. The invitation drenched in heliotrope that summons them...

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