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The Blue Hour Anthology Volume Two, Free Shipping in the United States offer ends Saturday.

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Book Lovers, we are offering free shipping on The Blue Hour Volume Two a collection of poetry, prose and art. This soft cover book contains 209 pages of poetry, prose, photographs, painting, and sculpture. It features a vast array of styles and subjects, perspectives and life experiences. It contains some of the highest quality pieces that were published in the online magazine thebluehourmagazine.com, between March 2013 and June 2013. This book was professionally printed with a perfect binding. It is printed in full color, on high quality paper, measures 5×7 inches and has a soft cover featuring two original photographs. Blue Hour Press uses an online storefront to sell their books. Please visit http://bluehourpressbookstore.bigcartel.com/ to purchase books. To learn more about Blue Hour Press, please check out their website https://thebluehourmagazine.com/.
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Lost and Found by Gail Goepfert
Lost.One pair of eyeglasses
prescription unique, last seen
at the health club
on the shelf in the shower.

Lost. One Land’s End Grecian
one-piece slender-swimsuit,
like the little black dress for water
Esther Williams wore.
Whereabouts unknown.

Lost and found. Car keys
left on a dressing room bench at Kohl’s,
Found at customer service.
Chided by rep. A young girl
turned them in. You should be grateful.
You’re lucky.

Lost. Barely a month old.
Amazon Kindle 3G
cocooned in a red leather jacket,
disappeared between the hygienist’s chair
and home with only one stop
at Austin’s Saloon and Eatery.

Lost. Six months mine.
Panasonic Lumix
2 megapixel digital camera
with 12x optical zoom
last used to photograph the prairie,
the Bird Girl statue in the courtyard,
at Ragdale writers’ retreat
lost between girl and car.

Replacement. Lost again.
at the Vermont Country Store.
Missing two hours later.
Drove back. Frantic.
Retraced my steps. Found.
Among the wool mittens and scarves.

Lost. The blah-looking black journal
of a year’s poetry notes
Stopped at the A&W Root Beer
near Litchfield, Illinois.
Miles down the road, missing,
called to see if it turned up.
Does it have pencil scratchings in it?
the young man asked.
Recovered. After navigating
back thirty-two miles of highway.
Found. Not taken.

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