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Twisted Sheets

04.21.15 Posted in today's words by

James McGurk’s most recent poem to appear here was Time Expired (July 2014). Twisted Sheets By James McGurk I don’t want Another morning Like the one I had last night Thought my mind Would never get right When a shadow Of your love Lay on the bed Calling me by Another lover’s name And it’s […]


On days when dreams are not enough

04.20.15 Posted in today's words by

Christopher Roe’s most recent poem to appear here was Sidewalk Story (March 2015). On days when dreams are not enough By Christopher Roe In the spaces that exist in between footsteps lie the journeys not taken the futures forsaken and all those haunting thoughts about what if. On days when dreams are not enough taste […]


An Artful One

04.19.15 Posted in today's words by

Charlene James-Duguid’s most recent poem to appear here was A Rappahannock Romance (March 2015). An Artful One By Charlene James-Duguid Where did it come from and where was it going? This nibbling sensation, tingling through her selfness Each time a star went shooting or a snowflake fell. The Gordian knotted, knowing She had something to […]


Broken Images

04.18.15 Posted in today's words by

John Berry is a native Virginian living and working in the Northern Shenandoah Valley. A highly skilled and self-taught woodworker, he has made his living as a carpentry contractor for more than 30 years, mostly as president and chief source of labor for his company, Woodwise Inc. Always a writer, John found a renewed passion […]


Wearing Masks

04.17.15 Posted in today's words by

Dave Buracker is a Washington DC area poet and artist. His work has appeared in numerous journals and magazines around the United States including¬†The Amherst Review, Contraposition, Rock Falls Literary Review, and William & Mary’s The Gallery.¬†Dave also helped produce the first US radio show focused on the voices of young writers in the early […]