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The Parliament

Literary Journal

Spring 2022 / Issue 7

Click on the cover image to see a flipbook version of the journal or select individual works below.

Poetry & Prose

 

Ivan de Monbrison
Untitled (with Translation)

Natalie Kormos
The Voice Behind the Curtain

Christine Diane Allen
Your Other Perfect Lover

Christine Diane Allen
About That School of Dreams

Bruce Robinson
 Momo Dispenses with a Thought Experiment

Marilyn Cavicchia
Mountains

David Earl Williams
To John in Hard Knoxville

David Earl     Williams
All Alone in the Moonlight

Jill Crammond
Guidance on Avoiding Conflict with Wolves

J.R. Solonche
To a Student Who Lied About Trees in a Poem Called Autumn

J.R. Solonche
How Beautifully the Lilacs Lie

Robert Beveridge
Have You Ever Considered That a Rhesus Monkey Might Be Smarter Than Your Child

Maggie Nerz Iribarne
Halloween 1977

Art & Photography

 

Ann Marie Sekeres
Liar Liar

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Alan Bern
Bandiera Rossa

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Alan Bern
Tucker Carlson

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Edward Michael Supranowicz
The High and Mighty

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Edward Michael Supranowicz
Faces on the Edge of Darkness

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Edward Lee
The Sorrow in a Smile

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A Treasured Teapot

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Edward Lee
What is Understood to Be True

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Artistically Inspired Contest

featuring the artwork, "Night time NYC" by Scott Brustein

Artist's Winner

Editor's Winner

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