Three poems by Linda Stevenson

Class Rip into me, bourgeois pretense… my intimates will laugh uproariously and count you out. There is a deeper love between the convicted than you can poke at; when we pass at the cell door, we exchange poems that burn Continue reading Three poems by Linda Stevenson

Love Like A Editor by John Patrick Robbins

Love Like A Editor I was on a losing slump. I wasn’t insane I knew the cards I held were shit but I kept playing the game. I was the hero of my bullshit and somehow on occasion made others Continue reading Love Like A Editor by John Patrick Robbins

Moving a Poet by Rich Quatrone

MOVING A POET There are some who will mock you in the name of love. They will tell you you have too many possessions. “Stuff” they will call it. Were you a wealthy man there would be no comment. You’d Continue reading Moving a Poet by Rich Quatrone

Wrestling is Fake Unless You Are the Wrestled by Ryan Quinn Flanagan

Wrestling is Fake Unless You Are the Wrestled You grew up on all the same bullshit I did. At least some of it: King Kong Bundy, Big John Studd, Randy Macho Man Savage…Hulk Hogan ripping yellow shirts to I’m a Continue reading Wrestling is Fake Unless You Are the Wrestled by Ryan Quinn Flanagan

Poems For Airports by Rob Schackne

Poems For Airports 1. Black thrumming runway its deep core solid and hot there’s a beach somewhere they will not stay there long the minutes will look fixed it could be a strange mess the sea retakes the shells all Continue reading Poems For Airports by Rob Schackne

Catch A Snow Flake and two other poems by G. David Schwartz

Catch A Snow Flake Catch a snow flake upon your tongue Just as you did when you were young Don’t you want a cold hug as you once did my love Harriet Sims (Made Up Name) Harriet Sims had two Continue reading Catch A Snow Flake and two other poems by G. David Schwartz

Photosynthesis and four other poems by John Raffetto

PHOTOSYNTHESIS (without equations) Photosynthesis reveals a meditation dreamscape of fossils, a cosmic crawl toward life force past and present. Photosynthesis reflects a solar glow of watery inhalation breathing dark matter a disjointed pigment of a blue green ghost. Photosynthesis offers Continue reading Photosynthesis and four other poems by John Raffetto

Fowl Mouth Exist and other poems by G. David Schwartz

Fowl Mouth Exist Good bye No need to comb your hair It will just be muss When you are down there Oh I love your smile How it grows upon your face I so love your smile And how you Continue reading Fowl Mouth Exist and other poems by G. David Schwartz

Thank You Boredom by Gwil James Thomas

Thank You Boredom Rice crackers at an accountant’s retirement party, love slowly sucked dry like an exoskeleton – not even with enough passion to turn to hate. The many ready to criticise anyone that slips through the net, yet never Continue reading Thank You Boredom by Gwil James Thomas