Poem: Pillow talk

By: Chuck Orloski Charlie, Delilah Mae Glutz, and me Prologue: Tabloid excitement prevails throughout America, for example, the times when an aging star, a businessman, or more often a politician, jilts a time […]

Poem: Flash

By: Denny E. Marshall Roar of the lion Locked inside the pen Drips of tears like paint Peel away after time Layer after layer Rains deep from the sky Neither clear outside Nor […]

Poem: The Reckoning

By: Janna Vought The world is wrong about me I’m a genius, broken girl sprung from Hell. Hell, where nectar flows from stone flowers and blackened apples shine. There are no humans here, […]