Dumplings & Departures/ So Longs & Sympathies by Gwil James Thomas

Dumplings & Departures/So Longs & Sympathies On my last day living in London I devoured delicious dumplings in Chinatown, picked up some records from Paco Mus and visited my old drinking buddy Sean for one last marathon boozy afternoon. Sean Continue reading Dumplings & Departures/ So Longs & Sympathies by Gwil James Thomas

my town (thank you, thornton wilder) by Mike Klumpp

my town (thank you, thornton wilder) EMILY: “Does anyone ever realize life while they live it…every, every minute?” STAGE MANAGER: “No. Saints and poets maybe…they do some.” ― Thornton Wilder, Our Town saints and poets? i have been both in Continue reading my town (thank you, thornton wilder) by Mike Klumpp

Fuller Octave Frequency by Allison Grayhurst

Fuller Octave Frequency Quick, the altered parable, which once was wise words, has become a chapel to rest in, to find a fire whistling and dust crevices full of infant images just starting to talk. Quick, death is dying, the Continue reading Fuller Octave Frequency by Allison Grayhurst

Three poems by David Cicerone

The Beastly Dumbed Far beyond his native climes the devil’s best tunes play straight man to the functioning brain’s psychotic jester Unto that fringe of mankind marked by enough subhuman cunning to give him his due in the most original Continue reading Three poems by David Cicerone

Four poems by Brian Gore

Busker’s Blues Going, forever going – the world you wouldn’t see otherwise. The jester is most wise. Listen close to his tales. Hobo clown in Picasso blues holds a bindle and a harmonica in his breast pocket, ready to entertain, Continue reading Four poems by Brian Gore

Summer Up Or Down In The Yaught by G David Schwartz

Summer Up Or Down In The Yaught Summer up or down in the yaught Doing good as we’ve been taught and we do just the way we aught So we wont do what we ought naught G. David Schwartz – Continue reading Summer Up Or Down In The Yaught by G David Schwartz

Hold A Paper Upside Down by G David Schwartz

Hold A Paper Upside Down Hold a paper upside down And pretend to read You’d be pulling so so hard You’ll soon begin to bleed G. David Schwartz – the former president of Seedhouse, the online interfaith committee. Schwartz is Continue reading Hold A Paper Upside Down by G David Schwartz

The Wind Slows The Leaves by G David Schwartz

The Wind Slows The Leaves The wind slows the leaves The gravel grabs the ground Thoughts parade backwards With the broom man pulling roughs G. David Schwartz – the former president of Seedhouse, the online interfaith committee. Schwartz is the Continue reading The Wind Slows The Leaves by G David Schwartz

Overhead Cranking Tarantula of Metal & Ice by Marcos Oro

Overhead Cranking Tarantula of Metal & Ice Overhead cranking tarantula of metal & ice rising dynamic inversion, tangible fumes, tasteful chaos of crackling tarantula blizzard spray factory winds push my back up against the chain link giving, losing, running up Continue reading Overhead Cranking Tarantula of Metal & Ice by Marcos Oro

Rain by Pris Campbell

Rain This man with the midnight eyes, smile to kindle a thousand stars, walks Cairo’s milling streets, wife’s heart in his pocket. He wants to tell her the sand is thick in the air today, blown in like fog from Continue reading Rain by Pris Campbell