Harvey Weinstein Jerks Off In New York Restaurants by Ryan Quinn Flanagan

Harvey Weinstein Jerks Off In New York Restaurants according to this journalist who claims he forced her to watch him ejaculate into a potted plant and I feel bad for the plant right away all green and leafy and stoic Continue reading Harvey Weinstein Jerks Off In New York Restaurants by Ryan Quinn Flanagan

Knowledge by Rich Quatrone

KNOWLEDGE Most of it is bullshit. The rushing, the doing, the activity, the daily routines, the planning, the TV, the newspaper, the internet, the iPhones and smart phones, most of it is utter bullshit. What’s real are the important moments Continue reading Knowledge by Rich Quatrone

Now That I Swept by Allison Grayhurst

Now That I Swept I swept the veranda I swept the hall I swept in corners I turned a blind-eye at before. The encasing cracked. The bride’s dress was lifted out of the attic into sunlight. There was paint on Continue reading Now That I Swept by Allison Grayhurst

Indulge Me Sweetheart by John Patrick Robbins

Indulge Me Sweetheart Behind a locked door, phone off the hook, and a New York winter outside. We vanished within each other and sweetheart the time was a bliss that still tastes of pleasures we can only consume once. Old Continue reading Indulge Me Sweetheart by John Patrick Robbins

Four new poems by G David Schwartz

Last Night Inside The Rainfall Last night inside the rainfall I looked to see it I Could see your precious lips so I might kiss you one more time My Head Hangs Down My head hangs down As I think Continue reading Four new poems by G David Schwartz

Thorn and Petals by Ken Allan Dronsfield

Thorns and Petals And in the final act we were all just human intoxicated with the idea that love, only love would heal our starved hearts, mend our brokenness and bind our wanton lust with rose thorns and red petals. Continue reading Thorn and Petals by Ken Allan Dronsfield

Into the Fire by Ken Allan Dronsfield

Into the Fire I’ve thrown myself into it; thrown myself in. And the fire has been lovely. It’s flames jump, leaping toward impossibility, beautiful stars. So if today, my body is dragged down, the courage which hurled me into the Continue reading Into the Fire by Ken Allan Dronsfield

Pebble and Stubble by Ken Allan Dronsfield

Pebble and Stubble That which gives often… often receives nothing in return Do not be deceived by the writing in stone Corn often grows taller than words words often grow taller than deeds In what field strides the Earth with Continue reading Pebble and Stubble by Ken Allan Dronsfield

Death Doesn’t Knock by Ken Allan Dronsfield

Death Doesn’t Knock I lost my friend this morning, death did not come knocking plying lies that hide the truth. Death simply walked in the door without pride or prejudice, and took what it came for and left. We all Continue reading Death Doesn’t Knock by Ken Allan Dronsfield

Revelatory by Ken Allan Dronsfield

Revelatory In this world of heartless consumption waste of human life to the whipsaw; never did so little mean so much then when two deer in a field saw you and you saw them nothing else mattered… as neither blinked. Continue reading Revelatory by Ken Allan Dronsfield