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Just a Game by Marty McCahill

Posted 06 March 2009 | By | Categories: Marty McCahill, Media, Poems by People Michael™ Knows | No Comments

The slug shrivels with the arrival of salt I am God to the insects The street lights are on Time to go home To rest our heads With the things we have done One o’clock, two o’clock’, three o’clock rock In the pine, sweating and bleeding Four o’clock, five o’clock’, six o’clock rock I’m the […]

Works of Art by Roberto Figueroa

Posted 07 November 2008 | By | Categories: Media, Poems by People Michael™ Knows, Roberto Figueroa (poetry) | No Comments

A monkey walks through his familiar jungle, doing all of his little monkey chores, when all of a sudden he’s hit by a dart and soon begins to let loose little monkey snores. Our monkey awakes in a large room, which he thinks cannot get any brighter. It’s a room full of other monkeys, each […]

Do you know Michael, the one we call Mike? by Tim H. W. Anderson

Posted 03 September 2008 | By | Categories: Media, Poems by People Michael™ Knows, Tim H. W. Anderson | No Comments

Do you know Michael, the one we call Mike? Now there was a fellow that no one could like! How he’d toss and he’d turn, every night in his bed (Of course I didn’t see it, but that’s what everyone said) And when he awoke, he’d yawn and he’d stretch Just thinking about it, oh […]