May 16, 2022

Richard LeDue



Fred's Creamery on Charlotte Street (2021-04-19) poem unrhymed

Richard LeDue currently lives and teaches in Norway House, Manitoba. His poems have appeared in various publications throughout 2020 and 2021, including a chapbook, "The Loneliest Age," released from Kelsay Books.

The Kind of Silence We Try Not To Think About (2021-05-17) poem unrhymed

"...a corpse can't recite a poem..."

Winter Sports and Mass Graves at Buchenwald (2021-06-14) poem unrhymed

" and white photos of the dead..."

Waking Up (2021-07-12) poem unrhymed

"...morning frost shining like angel spit..."

An Unwanted Sequel (2021-09-27) poem unrhymed

"...naked branches remind me of tentacles...

Artistic Aspirations (2021-10-25) poem unrhymed

"Pogo the clown took to painting on death row..."

Apparently, (2021-12-06) poem unrhymed

"...a collection of dusty soldiers, missing their tiny guns..."

The Same Music Everyday (2022-01-03) poem unrhymed

"...loneliness whispering in your ear on a Tuesday afternoon..."

How Dinosaurs Flew Away (2022-02-28) poem unrhymed

"...I started reading about dinosaurs becoming birds..."

A Sore Back Morning When No One Is Listening (2022-04-04) poem unrhymed

"...the world seems to be giving me the silent treatment..."

Charles Bukowski's Ghost Will Never Haunt Me (2022-05-09) poem unrhymed

"We have the kinship of famous and ordinary..."

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Richard LeDue
Richard LeDue

Richard LeDue was born in Sydney, Nova Scotia, Canada, but currently lives and in Norway House, Manitoba with his wife and son. His poems have appeared in various publications throughout 2020, such as the Eunoia Review, Mark Literary Review, Briefly Zine, Cape Magazine, Déraciné, and many others. As well, his chapbook, The Loneliest Age, was released in autumn 2020 from Kelsay Books. More of his work is also forthcoming throughout 2021 in various publications.

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