Smokescreen by Virginia Laurie

Do you remember what you told me when you broke the cartilage of my comp notebook, the royal blue one with those speckles, the poems to your height, you...

Two Poems by Michael Gushue

I Saw You Nothing burns alone. Let each face be a flame of itself. Let skin to be amber and silk. Let a...

Two Poems by Dale S. Brown

FACE My face distorts and dances in the rippling water. And a...

The Rain of Today by Allison Xu

Editor's note: This poem was a finalist in the the 2021 Gaithersburg Festival Youth Poetry Contest. The Rain of Today The sputter of raindropson the steel trash canbreaks the...

Two Poems by Serena Mangat

Serena is a passionate poet and writer who lives in the Midwest. Some of her favorite...