Judith Cody – 1 poem





COLOR 15, 4&





PRINT “love you,”

PRINT “I’ll love you a lot. A”

PRINT “Day without you is sad”

PRINT “Do you love me too?”

PRINT “One of these days”

PRINT “I’m going to take you”

PRINT “You’ll be surprised”

PRINT “To see me there”

PRINT “I’ll love you like crazy, baby”

PRINT “Just wait for me.”


CHAIN “c:\fornextx.bas”




Judith Cody’s new poetry chapbook is soon to be published by Finishing Line Press. Her poetry is published in over 150 journals, and has won many national awards, including second prize in the national Soul-Making Keats Literary Competition. Her poem is in the Smithsonian’s permanent collection, in Spanish and English. Centre College’s Norton Center for the Arts selected her poem from a competitive group from around the world for exhibition in a featured art gallery installation. Her poetry chapbook was a finalist in Bright Hills Press’s national competition. She has won Atlantic Monthly and Amelia awards; her poems were quarterfinalists in the Pablo Neruda Prize in Poetry and were cited for honorable mentions by the National League of American Pen Women. She edited the PEN Oakland anthology Fightin’ Words and wrote the internationally notable biography of composer Vivian Fine: A Bio-Bibliography and Eight Frames Eight, poems. Her work is seen in many anthologies and poems appear in journals such as: California Quarterly, Alexandria Quarterly, Carbon Culture Review, Nimrod International Journal, New York Quarterly, Stand, South Carolina Review, Texas Review, Fugue, Clare, Green Hills Literary Lantern, Misfit Magazine, The Montreal Review, Fox Cry Review, Louisville Review, The Offbeat, Neologism, Madison Review, The Paragon Press, Phoebe, Quiddity, Primavera, Poet Lore, Poem, Xavier Review, Hiram Poetry Review, The Cape Rock, Citron Review, Ignatian, The Brooklyn Review, Penmen Review, Splash of Red, Soundings East, Vox Poetica, Westview, Caduceus, Chaffin Journal, Arabesques Review, Laurel Review, Androgyne, Chaparral, Forge, Abstract: Contemporary Expression, Qwerty, Tiger’s Eye Journal, The Tower Journal, Lyrical Passion Poetry E-zine, Cloudbank, Vending Machine Press, Willard & Maple, Third Wednesday, The Courtship of Winds, and others.

By Heavenly Flower Publishing

Bindweed Magazine publishes two anthologies each year: Midsummer Madness and Winter Wonderland. Bindweed is run as a not for profit, labour of love endeavour by an author/poet couple: Leilanie Stewart and Joseph Robert. Bindweed can be found at

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