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Circus

by Salvatore Buttaci Thin long poems Wear tall stilts To keep their heads Above the crowds In someone’s life A tragedy Can make  clowns Out of poems

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Sparrows Dreams

by Salvatore Buttaci Sparrows shivering in February cold dream of early spring when they can fly and trill their songs like thank-you hymns to their God, and Delight in the Warmth of soft nests, but for now they shiver.

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Salvatore Buttaci – Selected Readings

At sixteen, Salvatore Buttaci had his first publication, a political essay called “Presidential Timber,” in the Sunday New York News. Since then he has continued writing and seeing in print his poems, stories, articles, and letters here and abroad. To mention a few, he has been published in The Writer, The New York Times, Newsday, […]

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