Position B & Three other new poems by Parker G. Jamieson

Position B The man in the comic book shop breeds luckless monsters into kings. If scene by scene wasn’t enough the skin is shaved to perfection. He has his clarity but he’s not concise. Customers drool with ecstasy. I can Continue reading Position B & Three other new poems by Parker G. Jamieson

Oedipus, Rex by Rayfield A. Waller

Oedipus, Rex 1. I’m king wherever I am—king even of this broad-chested sea. I hear my mother behind me take each proud breath, As I retreat from creeping tides. Not a hope remains. She Whispers my triumphs. Yes, nothing left Continue reading Oedipus, Rex by Rayfield A. Waller

Commentary & Two other new poems by Linda Stevenson

Commentary Ignorance heaves into the morning a breakwater where once placid waves pile up frothing with palaver and corrupted fish I’ve been wondering how to rip free reaching conclusions at the bottom of the wash letting them go to float Continue reading Commentary & Two other new poems by Linda Stevenson

Riding Hood by Emmanuelle Rabu

RIDING HOOD What am I Seeking In you Dear Wolf? Not your tail Not your teeth Honey I want red For my whites Stripes on beasts I need flesh On my skin Pregnancy A full bag Of cries Words Sure Continue reading Riding Hood by Emmanuelle Rabu

House H(a)unting, Fish Creek, Victorian by James Walton

House H(a)unting, Fish Creek, Victorian An unborn dreaming hunger touched my wrist outside the Nine Acres Cafe counting cars as the southerly broke into fragments the barista’s earnest feathered design I’m thinking of how you plaited the ingot beads and Continue reading House H(a)unting, Fish Creek, Victorian by James Walton

On My Way by Jenn Knickerbocker & Jake St. John

On My Way As the delicate snow finds it’s destined path to the ground, I look out and ponder its existence. if it’s real then I’m real alive, thoughts and feelings breath after breath the fragile state of the snow, Continue reading On My Way by Jenn Knickerbocker & Jake St. John

Moab & Two other new poems by Tohm Bakelas

Moab As I choke on Moab heat cooked out of my skull ravens circle the sky lizards scour the earth and cacti wave in the wind As I wander red rock the shade offers no relief I am a foreigner Continue reading Moab & Two other new poems by Tohm Bakelas

Karma Man & Five other new poems by Karina Bush

KARMA MAN Living my karma Via you I asked to be degenerate And life brought Your constant dissolution I chose my Innate ability to harm myself Can learn every lesson but this selfish Drive to have the spectrum of intense Continue reading Karma Man & Five other new poems by Karina Bush

Burn my Heart & Two other new poems by Ahmad Al-khatat

Burn My Heart Burn my heart there is nobody to judge you Burn my heart pour your love over the flames Burn my heart I would choose you to die with Burn my heart when sensation arises on the way Continue reading Burn my Heart & Two other new poems by Ahmad Al-khatat