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NEW ISSUE OF PAST SIMPLE

New issue of Past Simple is now online. Some poems from my manuscript Godzeenie (god of hours). The manuscript considers time/moments/hours and place. Each poem is titled according to the hour of composition. Place is also important. The manuscript is almost complete. I wrote it during the last nine months in Poland. Communist hotels, a room with a 60 year Polish lady named Aniella Vogel, Katowice train station and many other locations in industrial southern Poland.

The issue also some paintings by my former Polish student Grzegorz Mioduszewski.

check it out:

PAST SIMPLE

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