Poetry
Three Poems by Hilary Sideris

Three Poems by Hilary Sideris

You ask me, then / space out as I explain / the long & short / of the vowel “I.”
A Poem of Protest Signs

A Poem of Protest Signs

by Adam McCulloch
 
Where do I start? / This is very bad. / I don’t have time for this. I am not a professional protester!
Kindle Kick Kill

Kindle Kick Kill

by S.O. Fasrus
 
Maybe these are very bad consonants
Warning

Warning

by Phil Berry
 
There’s a silver balloon / Over a post by the road / Where all must pause.
Two Poems by M. Stone

Two Poems by M. Stone

We are trespassers, all of us tourists / seeking out this almost ghost town
Wounds

Wounds

by Juleus Ghunta
 
The night she tried to beat me, I slept on the veranda / of the shop in the square.
Three Poems by Michelle Brooks

Three Poems by Michelle Brooks

Bleak, that’s a given. No sun for / days. The spring doesn’t arrive / soon enough.
Two Poems by Gail Hosking

Two Poems by Gail Hosking

It’s warm. Always / warm with some war starting up, more / children to raise.
Instructions For Travel in Times of Doubt

Instructions For Travel in Times of Doubt

by Suzi Banks Baum
 
Take a deeper breath, / the kind that quiets your belly / when you stand on the cliff’s edge of a new now.
Two Poems by Nancy Devine

Two Poems by Nancy Devine

Dangerous / to let the sharks of worry swim away / after dismissing them into the open ocean
Three Poems by Victoria Ruwi

Three Poems by Victoria Ruwi

Manless I dance; my shadow follows me. / I can shift its weight, whirl with indifference.
Two Poems by David Spicer

Two Poems by David Spicer

Before I toast you with Here’s / to the Buddhist who never judges, / I’ll tell a joke about a black marble / statue of Lenin everybody thinks / is you.
Sonder

Sonder

by Kelly Konya
 
When he speaks of mindfulness and writes it off— / prayer is better suited but for what?— / I can tell he believes it, fathoms it clearly.
Take Five With Roy White

Take Five With Roy White

We discovered the joy of Roy White’s poetry at our sister magazine, The Lascaux Review, where his piece “Improv” snatched the air from our lungs.
Three Poems by Kathryn A. Kopple

Three Poems by Kathryn A. Kopple

Until you perceive the extreme loneliness of flannel, / And rub your hands on the paint smacked brick walls

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