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Dear innocent past,

05.27.17 Posted in today's words by

Christina Cruz’s most recent poem to appear here was “Pride” (March 2017) Dear innocent past, By Christina Cruz You already know that people don’t live forever, but that heavy weight has still not set within you. It will not last forever. One day you’ll draw a bird, but this bird’s eyes will pierce your soul. […]


i fell

05.26.17 Posted in today's words by

Claudia Madden’s most recent poem to appear here was “Sepsis” (November 2017) i fell By Claudia Madden I’m going to lie for you. I am going to lie because to expose you is to expose me like a gutted eel to the air and I have only the strength to protect us in pleading silence and […]


The Woman in the Moon

05.25.17 Posted in today's words by

Anna Sanders’ most recent poem to appear here was “Minimal Beauty” (January 2017) The Woman in the Moon By Anna Sanders It’s night again Quiet surrounds me As I sit alone looking up at the sky. I focus my eyes Searching for my special friend To appear once again. Some nights she glows bright In a […]


Monster Mash

05.24.17 Posted in today's words by

Michael Ceraolo’s most recent poem to appear here was “Winter Scene (1)” (January 2017) Monster Mash By Michael Ceraolo Original parts were long out of warranty and replacement parts, if they existed, were prohibitively expensive Then, the age-old fate was no longer true for humans


Firefly

05.23.17 Posted in today's words by

Dawn Schout’s most recent poem to appear here was “Twilight” (December 2016) Firefly By Dawn Schout You hold blackness, air, me in your hands. I can make my own light, my own darkness, too. Take a peek if you dare. What draws you to me, so still, silent, weightless. If you didn’t peek you couldn’t be […]