Two Poems by Lilly Hallock

You Told Me You Loved Me I wish I knewWhat you meant whenYou showed up at my roomAnd you told me you loved me.It has been rainingAll day,...

Three Poems by Shakti Sackett

Give Me More Stretching open I feelexactly how I want to.The fear makes me tremblebut want feverishly. The moon is not full.I am not wild now.I wakeand I roll...

Two Poems by Elisabeth Greene

Visiting Lalla Essaydi’s Revisions A security guard follows me while I visit Lalla Essaydi’s photography, paintings, and multimedia art exhibit in DC, with...

Orpheus by Marc Gull

Orpheus It befalls a man to journey down into a macabre land without warmth of sun.carrying doubt but blinded by youthful passion.The shores of the Styx are lined...

Two Poems by Nicole Farmer

Dead Man's Toenails Every time I look down, there he is—thick disease-ridden hooves for nails, dad's gift to me. I've resented them my entirelife. Briefly the blame fell on...