Superstitions

A poem from Karen Ladonnavich, the LSC’s newest member and also the organization’s first woman member. Superstitions I remember when the old woman in black translated the positions of the leaves of tea. She said someone close cast a spell … Continue reading

Who is the best LSC poet?

Who is the best LSC poet? Lambda Sigma Chi, an unofficial fraternity of poets, is sponsored by The World of Words by Elias Tobias, and it has been around for several years. Aside from the founder, Elias Tobias, there are … Continue reading

Our Love Shared, Not Owned

A poem from Karen Ladonnavich, the LSC’s newest member and also the organization’s first woman member. Our Love Shared, Not Owned I can be your woman, you could be my man, and we both could be lovers, but I could … Continue reading

The Key

A poem from Karen Ladonnavich, the LSC’s newest member and also the organization’s first woman member. The Key “A very little key will open a very heavy door.” Your love is the mystery, and I’d like to know you more. … Continue reading

The Difference Between Swords and Words

A poem from Karen Ladonnavich, the LSC’s newest member and also the organization’s first woman member. The Difference Between Swords and Words A swift sword helps create an empire, soiled by the blood of those who rise against it. The … Continue reading

20 Tons of Love

(Courtesy photo) A poem from Karen Ladonnavich, the LSC’s newest member and also the organization’s first woman member. 20 Tons of Love Your love hit me like a 18-wheeler with a full load on the highway straight to my heart. … Continue reading

Recipe for Tea

A poem from Karen Ladonnavich, the LSC’s newest member and also the organization’s first woman member. Recipe for Tea It’s important to me to have the proper temperature of hot water for tea, and it’s also important the time each … Continue reading

Near the threshold of love and hate

A poem from Karen Ladonnavich, the LSC’s newest member and also the organization’s first woman member. Near the threshold of love and hate There’s a thin line between ecstasy and pain, somewhere near the threshold of love and hate. The … Continue reading

Post Cards from the Past

A poem from Karen Ladonnavich, the LSC’s newest member and also the organization’s first woman member. Adrian Parker, one of first LSC brothers, nominated her with the suggestion the all-male fraternity has become more like a professional or honorary type of … Continue reading