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Felino A. Soriano

This year, following the 2017 erbacce prize for poetry's record number of submissions which actually topped SEVEN THOUSAND world-wide; Felino was our outright winner with ALL six judges, who were voting 'blind', placing him either first or second.

THAT we believe is unprecedented and marks him out as a truly remarkable poet.

To purchase his perfect bound book either click on the cover OR (if you use PayPal) add it to your orange shopping cart OR if you'd like a signed copy then click here.

More about the poet can be found here.

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—after Abraham Walkowitz’s Cityscape

Bored, thus blue, thus
contributing
to cliché
in its saddened
lean,
a lounging lean
finding
sun perched
reading about its
damaged
and damaging ways,
overheating
and contaminating
with help
of mans’ deliberate and
unconscious
diagrams,
pouring and
drowning
or/and
murdering
this spinning planet,
according
to scientific data,
will
pass into
a distance
too far to reclaim and
understand its
definitional
want to remain
untainted.

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