The Muse

An International Journal of Poetry
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The Muse-an International Journal of Poetry

Volume 5, Issue 2


Editorial note

Poetry Page no.

Adolf ShvedchikovLast Love1
Aine CollinsNo Resurrection2
Alicja Maria KuberskaOld cups3
Anca-Mihaela BrumaIn Another World… In Another Story…4
Ava Birddancing in the dark5
Charles HalstedSenior Moments 6
Claire T. FeildProne7
David Anthony SamA Mist Path8
David GroulxI Am An Unbound River9
Dianalee VelieAwakened10
Duncan Richardson Sweet words11
Eliza SegietSouvenir 12
Ellen BassWitnesses13
Hongri YuanThe King of The Diamonds14
Irène KaesermannUrsa Major15
J. H. JohnsLittle Savage Knife16
Joan McNerneyWinter Watch17
Katharyn Howd MachanThree O’clock18
Ken Allan DronsfieldThe Deer Crossing - A Sonnet19
Marc CarverTrue Love20
Marianne LyonGod-filled21-22
Michele SteptoLost City
Patricia GeorgeLife Ephemeral25
Stanley H. BarkanAugust26
Steve JacksonThe Boat 27
SusandaleWinter Poem Fragments28
Teresinka PereiraTree29
Tzemin Ition Tsai Write Down A Peace Journey30

Contributors’ List


The Muse-an International Journal of Poetry

June 2014 Issue

The Muse-an International Journal of Poetry

June 2013 Issue


A. D. Winans 

Alan Britt

 Allison Grayhurst

 Anca Vlasopolos

 Cameron Conaway

Caroline Hedin

 Dalal Sarnou

David Izzo

 Dawnell Harrison

 Gary Pacernick

 Jason Constantine Ford

 Jennifer C. Wolfe

 Michael Brownstein

 Michael D. Sollars

 Miriam Sagan

 Nathaniel S. Rounds

 Ottilie Mulzet

 Phillip A. Ellis

Richard Fein

 Richard Luftig

 Richard Walker

 Steve Klepetar

 Tim Suermondt



 My Poems: I just jotted down what Nature dictates to me By Kim Yong-taek(This essay was the basis of Poet Kim’s speech at the Korean Cultural Center in Washington, D.C. in the evening of July 7, 2012. Translated by Dr. Yearn Hong Choi from Korean to English)


An E-Interview with Paul Hetherington about his poetry and his new poetry collection, Six Different Windows (Paul Hetherington is Associate Professor of Writing and Head of Discipline of Journalism and Creative Writing at the University of Canberra, Australia. He is also Head of the International Poetry Studies Institute.)

An E-Interview with Rose Lucas about her poetry and her new poetry collection, Even in the Dark (Rose Lucas is a poet, critic and freelance academic from Melbourne, Australia. She taught in the English Department at Monash University from 1988-2009, and currently teaches poetry at Victoria University, Melbourne.)


Book Reviews

Book review of Paul Hetherington's SIX DIFFERENT WINDOWS by Pradeep Chaswal

 Book review of Rose Lucas' EVEN IN THE DARK by Pradeep Chaswal


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The Muse-an International Journal of Poetry

June 2012 Issue



Jim Daniels

David Garrett Izzo

Louie Crew

Martha Modena Vertreace-Doody

Elizabeth Johnston

Richard Luftig

 Salma Ruth Bratt

 Adam Bogar

Afzal Moolla

 Andrew Scott

 Askold Skalsky

Betsy Esther Tan

 Boghos L. Artinian

Chung Chin-Yi

  Ellen Pickus

 Fahmeena Aslam

 Holly Day

 Jennifer C. Wolfe

 L.J. Leamen

Marge Piercy

Milton P. Ehrlich

Nathaniel S. Rounds

Victor Pearn

Yearn Hong Choi


 Research Papers

H. P. Lovecraft: a Transient Speck in Wide Infinity by Phillip A. Ellis


 A poetry larger than the devil by Felix Nicolau, ( Ph. D., “Hyperion” University, Bucharest)

 Book Review

 Book review of Al Beck’s A Bee bite By Pradeep Chaswal

An E-Interview with Jim Daniels (Prof. Jim Daniels is a world renowned poet and writer. He is Thomas Stockham Baker Professor of English at Carneige Mellon University)


Contributors List



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