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The Night Will Turn to Day (Poem)

The Night Will Turn To Day By Kephra Rubin Oh, my mother used to say No matter how dark it seems The sun will always shine Hold on through the night So you might find the day She’s not here … Continue reading

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Dada, Peas (Poem by Kephra Rubin)

Poem about a father’s struggle with leaving his daughter to provide for her and the wedge his absence drives between them. Continue reading

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Help Poughkeepsie Author Kephra Rubin choose the cover to his next book.

A poll is up, by voting you’ll get to choose which cover will be used for my next novel “Walk Through the Valley: Calm Waters” Like my facebook page and get entered for a chance to win 1 of 10 … Continue reading

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Merry Christmas, and how a supernatural thriller with zombies plays into your holiday

Happy Holidays, if you’ve got a case of the bahumbugs, this may help Continue reading

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Saying What We Say, a Poem by Kephra Rubin

This poem delves deeply into the turmoil between two people who love and hate each other at the same time Continue reading

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The Turmoil Between, a Haiku by Kephra Rubin

A Haiku that cuts to the core of two lovers and their constant relationship problems Continue reading

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That Girl is a Glass Statue, Poem by Kephra Rubin

Some say she’s a whore… I say she’s a glass statue. Continue reading

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