Women’s Poems

By: Kathleen Bryson So weary of poemsabout oysters and eggsand bone, and pearls,with delicate allusions tomemento mori and organzawith Victorian references and forced rhymeswith frail loose endingsto stanzasSo tired of wordsused in […]

The Snow Globe

By: Aanika Gajendragad “Nisha, come down for dinner!” “You ask me to clean and then call me to eat when I’m cleaning…” I mumbled to myself. “Nisha!” “Coming, mother. I’ll be there […]

Un-Cry Me

By: Joe Barca your poemgently broke meall the tearspent up inside stalagmitesand stalactitesin the caveof my unconscious your wordsa shock of sparrowsrelentlessecho through me the ghosts of lossthat haunt usa fatherand a […]

An Echo From The Stars

By: Raymond Greiner     Preparing for winter.  It is mid-October and the trees are spectacular.  I anticipated autumn to be less colorful.  We had such a dry summer; driest of the ten […]