Sleeping Beauty – by MARISSA LaPorte

Sleeping Beauty   In an attempt of suicide She pricked her thumb On that lonely spindle A drop Of virgin blood And the deal was done Rather than sweet release … Continue reading Sleeping Beauty – by MARISSA LaPorte

Here at the End of All Things / On Learning How to be a Husband / The Stutterer – by RYAN GARESIO

Here at the End of All Things   Thank you for calling me ‘honey-bear.’ Thank you sewing the shirt that I’m wearing And for patching me up with violet yarn. … Continue reading Here at the End of All Things / On Learning How to be a Husband / The Stutterer – by RYAN GARESIO

Poetry Collection – by KEN ALLAN DRONSFIELD

Diabolical Nature   That little spider moved quickly into my small cabin on the lake. Through a slight crack by the door I stared, undaunted, eerie but inquisitive as it … Continue reading Poetry Collection – by KEN ALLAN DRONSFIELD

Walking Home in New Spring / Picking Corn with Boys – by JOHN BROWN

  Walking Home in New Spring *   Today, like that day in our first April, the sun low, your hand new on the small of my back, we were … Continue reading Walking Home in New Spring / Picking Corn with Boys – by JOHN BROWN

Tesco’s Is Not The Same Without You – by PAUL TRISTRAM

  Tesco’s Is Not The Same Without You He stands at the bargain section, half-cut, frowning deeply but still wishing upon hopeless stars. An 8 pack of beer, toilet roll … Continue reading Tesco’s Is Not The Same Without You – by PAUL TRISTRAM

The Window Washer – by MATTHEW LAWLER

The Window Washer There’s a man who washes windows along Western Avenue. Seemingly irrational, he blurts stories about giant pythons circling his steps, Latching on his flesh, choking every breath … Continue reading The Window Washer – by MATTHEW LAWLER

if you wait for it it goes – by ROBIN WYATT DUNN

if you wait for it it goes thrown overboard by poems and stones and roves of onions   a thwack in the ass bumping you outdoors:   beard me for … Continue reading if you wait for it it goes – by ROBIN WYATT DUNN

A Girl I Once Knew (Las Vegas Rains) – by FRANCIS FLANAGAN

A Girl I Once Knew (Las Vegas Rains) Francis Flanagan     A young woman awakens slowly   to the endless searing Vegas sun.   She sleeps in a confined … Continue reading A Girl I Once Knew (Las Vegas Rains) – by FRANCIS FLANAGAN