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For this offering, we reissue favorites from past poster series and throw in a few more that catch our fancy. We revise the mix at the beginning of each month. If you see one you like, order it before it moves on.

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Passing crows caw as
notes glide from a bluesman's slide in Armory Square
Jay Cox, poet
Item #:2002SYR01
11"x17"


The city at night.
Let me take off your glasses.
See, it's beautiful
Janine DeBaise, poet
Item #:2002SYR02
11"x17"


Glowing neon bright
the Salt City's art deco
stainless steel night light.
Michael Sickler, poet
Item #:2002SYR08
11"x17"


Under tumbled black
Liquid pigeons pour through sky
Chased by peregrine.
Mary Taitt, poet
Item #:2002SYR09
11"x17"


Fizz of cicadas
Slows as evening cools—lights hum
On in Armory
Martin Walls, poet
Item #:2002SYR12
11"x17"


First warm night. The earth's
naked now except for its
bracelet of peepers
Jim Ellis, poet
Item #:2003SYR07
11"x17"


around Clinton Square
flakes of falling snow dissolve
on Christmas tree lights
Robert Gaurnier, poet
Item #:2003SYR10
11"x17"


rich purple eggplant
vies for space in my basket
with summer's last greens
Michele Reed, poet
Item #:2003SYR13
11"x17"


The blue sky ripples
and clouds stream by in the water
fountain reflections
Jay Cox, poet
Item #:2004SYR01
11"x17"


Like Eve in Eden
I wander apple—lush hills
dreaming my first bite
Peggy Liuzzi, poet
Item #:2004SYR05
11"x17"


Syracuse football
Domed from the cold, wind and rain
Orange victory
Dick MacPherson, poet
Item #:2004SYR08
11"x17"


Polished wood and brass,
The Oriental carpets
Hotel Syracuse
Michele Reed, poet
Item #:2004SYR10
11"x17"


In Hanover Square
open mics opened the way:
brotherhood and prayer
Antonio Winters, poet
Item #:2004SYR16
11"x17"


Nature's gift of snow
allows us to slow our pace,
take time to reflect
Ellen Agnew, poet
Item #:2005SYR01
11"x17"


Stroll the town parade
Bar hop, coffee shops, bus stops
Times when friends are made
Pearl Baldwin, poet
Item #:2005SYR02
11"x17"


above long shadows
brushing Columbus Circle
a church window shines
Robert Gaurnier, poet
Item #:2005SYR05
11"x17"


Through the southern hills
Ancient American roots
and nobody knows
Tom Huff, poet
Item #:2005SYR07
11"x17"


heron stands upright
tail feathers brush stream waters
teaching me stillness
Catherine Landis, poet
Item #:2005SYR08
11"x17"


With grace, salmon pink
flamingos stand on one leg
snoozing at the zoo
Joan Loveridge-Sanbonmatsu, poet
Item #:2005SYR10
11"x17"


Flash of her trombone
Chill of ice cream on my tongue—
jazz at Clinton Square
Michele Reed, poet
Item #:2005SYR11
11"x17"


These buildings breathe deep
the measure of our good hope
to let us exhale!
Mark Shevalier, poet
Item #:2005SYR13
11"x17"


Anxious to take flight,
chrome decked mares at the curb
await Dino knights
Ellen Agnew, poet
Item #:2006SYR01
11"x17"


Full moon shimmering
Plaintive sax howling skyward
Midnight on Walton
Evelyn Ayers-Marsh, poet
Item #:2006SYR02
11"x17"


Humid moon rises
over the stopped clock tower
like a real city
Jane Cassady, poet
Item #:2006SYR04
11"x17"


Their spirits are there
Native voices echoing
Onondaga Lake
Joan Cofrancesco, poet
Item #:2006SYR07
11"x17"


Each Wednesday morning
rose lovers gather to tend
Thornden Park jewels
Diana Cramer, poet
Item #:2006SYR08
11"x17"


Cold hands, smoky breath
Brown trout jumping Nine Mile Creek
in the April dawn
Claire Bobrycki, poet
Item #:2007SYR04
11"x17"


Flotilla of ducks
Swimming toward Armory Square
Don't know summer's gone
Sherry Chayat, poet
Item #:2007SYR05
11"x17"


these Syracuse blues
two parts snow and two parts cold
soul red hot to burn
Arthur Flowers, poet
Item #:2007SYR08
11"x17"


View from my window
Heron fishing in the pond
Autumn leaves falling
Michele Reed, poet
Item #:2007SYR12
11"x17"


Our Irish landmark
Green light proudly wears the crown
Tipperary Hill
Jennifer Sanford, poet
Item #:2007SYR14
11"x17"


Past a sagging gate
Of stars, the city takes long
sips of the cool moon
Marilyn Shelton, poet
Item #:2007SYR15
11"x17"


I have no boundaries
In this city of my birth
I, too, roam freely
Omanii Abdullah, poet
Item #:2008SYR01
11"x17"


I am from the hood
The hood did not enslave me
I am my master

Omanii Abdullah, poet
Item #:2008SYR02
11"x17"


Crows cruise dawn to dusk—
could be Nature's vision of
urban renewal
Ellen Agnew, poet
Item #:2008SYR03
11"x17"


Blazing Dinosaur
Serves up red hot barbeque
With rhythm and blues.
Carla Bregman, poet
Item #:2008SYR04
11"x17"


crystal quilts of ice
fluffy blankets of snow with
dreams that warm the soul
Arthur Flowers, poet
Item #:2008SYR08
11"x17"


Like the red lotus
I bloom from mud. A symbol
for struggle; new life
Kali Huff, poet
Item #:2008SYR10
11"x17"


A curious moon
peeping over the rooftop
in Armory Square
Jungtae Lee, poet
Item #:2008SYR11
11"x17"


Psychedelic soul
slicked with mental decibles
this cool groove is jazz
Lynn McDonald, poet
Item #:2008SYR12
11"x17"


Tiny Castle looms —
Puppets, both dwarf and giant
Open Hand gives life!
Anna Pyrohanych, poet
Item #:2008SYR13
11"x17"


We met on The Hill—
Now we hear our daughter play
Jazz at Crouse College
Michele Reed, poet
Item #:2008SYR14
11"x17"


With coin bright shimmies
festival bellydancers
light up Westcott Street
Jennifer Wielt, poet
Item #:2008SYR15
11"x17"


Branches reach for you
A forest of decisions
Which tree will you climb?
Keely Bowman, poet
Item #:2009SYR01
11"x17"


Bold skyline towers
Welcome home soaring falcons
And human spirits
Carla Bregman, poet
Item #:2009SYR02
11"x17"


At Alto Cinco
do as the bartender says:
pinot grigio
Jane Cassady, poet
Item #:2009SYR04
11"x17"


A blackbird sways on
a goldenrod stalk covered
with afternoon snow
Jay Cox, poet
Item #:2009SYR05
11"x17"


Nighttime in the square
Tree lighting and carols sung
Skaters mingle there
Nancy Liccione, poet
Item #:2009SYR10
11"x17"


Black or white, light or
dark, we all call this city
our home. We are one.
Matt Sattler, poet
Item #:2009SYR16
11"x17"


Clinton Square fountain
soaks me intermittently.
You carry my shoes.
Jane Cassady, poet
Item #:2010SYR04
11"x17"


Canal over creek.
Yearning for one another.
Waters never blend.
Elizabeth Dunn, poet
Item #:2010SYR06
11"x17"


White trilliums light
the dark forest floor glowing
ghostly like spilled stars
Peggy Liuzzi, poet
Item #:2010SYR09
11"x17"


In this Salt City
Spirit of industry born
Sugar maples bloom
U.V. Ray, poet
Item #:2010SYR13
11"x17"


Stone throwers were right—
What would Tipp Hill be without
that green—on—top light?
Michele Reed, poet
Item #:2010SYR14
11"x17"


Faceted shadows
across the shimmering pond
a still life of swans

Marsha Egan, poet
Item #:2011SYR05
11"x17"


On Wilkinson Street
Growlers fill with microbrews
I'll have the Pale Ale

Carrie Elliott, poet
Item #:2011SYR06
11"x17"


Return to your home
the lake of our forefathers
where your soul was born

Michael Aaron Gallagher, poet
Item #:2011SYR07
11"x17"


Syracuse snowflakes
meet their fate on the blade of
my shovel of doom

Jim Kenty, poet
Item #:2011SYR11
11"x17"


Fountains echo words
Blues and jazz reverberate
Summer in the Square

Nancy Liccione, poet
Item #:2011SYR12
11"x17"


Pigeons peck the street
Janitors of the city
In gray overalls

Megan Reed, poet
Item #:2011SYR13
11"x17"


Around, up and down
Thrills and chills on the midway.
Life's fun at the Fair.

Louis Wassel, poet
Item #:2011SYR16
11"x17"


Bird houses appeared
overnight on Meadowbrook:
Neighborhood magic
Scott Austin, poet
Item #:2012SYR01
11"x17"


Onondaga ramps
Lake Park teens jump all day
radical flip—turns
Jennifer Fulco, poet
Item #:2012SYR04
11"x17"


hard concrete, cold day
gingerly I step over
sweet dreams brave flower
Aimee Hillman, poet
Item #:2012SYR05
11"x17"


Before brick—laid streets
Before hand—dug waterways
This was good swampland
Tom Huff, poet
Item #:2012SYR06
11"x17"


Flapjacks, hash, eggs, toast,
one dawn a sparkle faded.
Scrambled good people.
Linda Liddiard, poet
Item #:2012SYR07
11"x17"


Community builds
bridges of thought between us,
hope for the future.
Sara Parrott, poet
Item #:2012SYR10
11"x17"


Elephant splashes
in our zoo pool, children beg
"Can I jump in too?"
Renee Romance, poet
Item #:2012SYR12
11"x17"


Slow awakening
in the dark swirls below —
a lake comes to life.
Mary L. Gardner, poet
Item #:2013SYR02
11"x17"


Oak tress in the sun
Curled up on straw and first snow
a sleeping red fox
Joan Loveridge-Sanbonmatsu, poet
Item #:2013SYR06
11"x17"


Large buildings stand tall
The center always crowded
Square blocks building lofts
Ricky Maeweather, poet
Item #:2013SYR07
11"x17"


Roosting in bare trees
Over Columbus Circle
The crows are black leaves.
Doreen Miori-Merola, poet
Item #:2013SYR10
11"x17"


Hats glow like halos —
Colorful Procession climbs
Stairway to heaven.
Anna Pyrohanych, poet
Item #:2013SYR11
11"x17"


Old and loyal friend,
waking to find pure fresh snow,
leaps like a puppy.
Tom Rhoads, poet
Item #:2013SYR12
11"x17"


Cardinal, feathered
masked bandit on a snowy
limb — all can see you!
Janice Scully, poet
Item #:2013SYR13
11"x17"


February snow
falling ashen embers leave
cold fire on my tongue.
Michael Sickler, poet
Item #:2013SYR14
11"x17"


city slowly wakes
coffee aroma drifting
shop windows beckon

Teddi Caltabiano, poet
Item #:2014SYR03
11"x17"


Our Farmers' Market
Straddles summer into fall
With luscious bounties
Rosalyn Carroll, poet
Item #:2014SYR04
11"x17"


Frog so small and green
Peeper sunning on wide leaf—
I watch quietly
Sally Hendee, poet
Item #:2014SYR07
11"x17"


Tick tock, tick tock, tick
Thirty—five second count down
Orange brings it home.

Abigail Lent, poet
Item #:2014SYR08
11"x17"


Buzzing up above
Cicadas in the treetops
Shower me with songs.

Craig Overbeck, poet
Item #:2014SYR09
11"x17"


Sleeping streets awake
in the faint whisper of night.
A distant dog barks.

Thea St. Omer, poet
Item #:2014SYR10
11"x17"


Lonely concrete world
Sad note from a saxophone
Night in the city
Patsy Scala, poet
Item #:2014SYR11
11"x17"


Luck of the Irish
Green beer, white snow, orange pride
Reversed traffic light
Seneca Wilson, poet
Item #:2014SYR15
11"x17"


Cold December wind.
Brave blue jay scans horizons,
seeking his last meal.

George Wojtowycz, poet
Item #:2014SYR16
11"x17"


The streets don't run me,
and I don't run the streets.
I run free of them.
Ashley Brazeal, poet
Item #:2015SYR02
11"x17"


Blue heron floats by,
wingspan blocking the sun's rays.
My breath catches me.
Cynthia DeKing, poet
Item #:2015SYR05
11"x17"


Old buildings reborn
No longer dead, forgotten
Downtown comes to life

Peggy Droz, poet
Item #:2015SYR08
11"x17"


The footsteps in snow
Follow me like a loose chain
A language of one

Sally Hendee, poet
Item #:2015SYR11
11"x17"


The basilica
reaches toward the heart of God,
the moon and stars sing

Sara Parrott, poet
Item #:2015SYR15
11"x17"


Fireflies blink brightly
Caught in jars of summer dreams
Where I once left them.

Thomas Stock, poet
Item #:2015SYR16
11"x17"


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