BROADSIDES

broad·side    ˈbrôdˌsīd/

noun  1.  a strongly worded critical attack. "broadsides against political correctness"

synonyms:criticism, censure, polemic, diatribe, tirade

2. historical a nearly simultaneous firing of all the guns from one side of a warship.

synonyms:salvo, volley, cannonade, barrage, blast, fusillade "the gunners fired broadsides"

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from JACKS

John Kelley

ADRIAN LOUIS : From The Bible of Adrian

JACK CLARKE : For Elizabeth, From

Sonnets for the New Year

H. D. THOREAU : Spring Water

PHILLIP ST. CLAIR : FIVE

LARRY SMITH : Wrapped in the Buddha

JOE NAPORA :

Tequila Beach

Mail Mall Man

Four for 4 RIVER FRIENDS, In Memory:

Frazer Champion 

Jesse Cline

Jeff West

Marc LeBlanc

From NOWhere : Poems for Poets, for : 

Jack Hirschman

Gary Snyder

Homer

Ken Warren

Robinson Jeffers

BIRTHDAY PRESENTS

June is Her Name

Gable's Present

Dan Giancola : from Exit Strategy
Robert Podgurski : 
Intersecting Visions
     Vision Intersects
The New Year in Canada
from The Porch Poems

Chris Barron : ellipsis