Kaleidoscope – by PHILLIP WENTURINE

Kaleidoscope By: Phillip Wenturine “We can complain because rose bushes have thorns, or rejoice because thorn bushes have roses.”  – Abraham Lincoln   Envision blackness. Stagnant, trapped, immobile. Imagine clawing … Continue reading Kaleidoscope – by PHILLIP WENTURINE

Your Pajamas – by ANGELA KUBINEC

Your Pajamas   Your pajamas are subtle, implying the curve of your frame without demonstration, their soothing fabric smooth on your skin.  Within them, your rhythm of bend, stretch, reach, … Continue reading Your Pajamas – by ANGELA KUBINEC

Screened in Darkness – by AMANDA EIFERT

                                                           Screened In Darkness                                                      Behind … Continue reading Screened in Darkness – by AMANDA EIFERT

Ligeia / Cancriformis – by TERENCE HANNUM

  Ligeia     I.   Refraction sold 1.5 million copies and was on countless covers of magazines and newspapers.   Then her band began leaving. Silenced by her management’s … Continue reading Ligeia / Cancriformis – by TERENCE HANNUM

#feministasfuck: #15, #thisbody, #comfort by Ani King

  #feministasfuck: #15, #thisbody, #comfort by Ani King   #15   Do not go gentle into that fucking boardroom In your good-girl skirt And your yes-sir shoes And your I’m-sorry … Continue reading #feministasfuck: #15, #thisbody, #comfort by Ani King

Local Band Frontman – by PREWITT SCOTT-JACKSON

Local Band Frontman   Lead singer self-described “Chupacabra Screamo” band collects abandoned Band-Aids at local playgrounds   Day-jobbing RV salesman, meticulously catalogued desk drawer housing awaits his morning return   … Continue reading Local Band Frontman – by PREWITT SCOTT-JACKSON