At the Boxing Match & Four other new poems by Devon Balwit

At the Boxing Match Someone really does throw in the towel, the coach taking pity on his boxer, pinned against the ropes, face bloodied, blows landing fast and furious. Suddenly, terrycloth sails into the ring, a TKO. The crowd sighs. Continue reading At the Boxing Match & Four other new poems by Devon Balwit

In the Cemetery and Two other new poems by Ahmad Al-khatat

In the Cemetery In the cemetery, I was standing on my knees, reading verses of the holy book to the tombs I was praying with tears on my cheeks until the graveyard stopped me and asked me if I was Continue reading In the Cemetery and Two other new poems by Ahmad Al-khatat

A Country Road (near Skibbereen) & Two other new poems by John Anthony Fingleton

A Country Road (near Skibbereen) This old bog road, is deserted now, With the hedgerows overgrown; The fields each side are still carefully spaced, By ancient drywall stones. The Fairy Mound, is not disturbed – Old suspicions linger here, But Continue reading A Country Road (near Skibbereen) & Two other new poems by John Anthony Fingleton

Fascism is a Bluefin Tuna by Ryan Quinn Flanagan

Fascism is a Bluefin Tuna I never learned to march. That must set me back at least three years in military time. Fascism is a Bluefin tuna. The commies have the red herring all wrapped up so that you’d think Continue reading Fascism is a Bluefin Tuna by Ryan Quinn Flanagan

Sorry No Refunds by John Patrick Robbins

Sorry No Refunds She was a friend but like all friends dealing with someone whom is smooth as sandpaper . Seldom if ever did we remain friends for long. “You know I Googled your name last night”. I could imagine Continue reading Sorry No Refunds by John Patrick Robbins

GMC Safari & Two other new poems by David Boski

GMC Safari It was our second date, and after having some drinks I dropped her back off at her parent’s house; where she was living at the time. ‘I wish you could come inside and fuck me, I really want Continue reading GMC Safari & Two other new poems by David Boski

Born Witness & Three other new poems by R.M. Engelhardt

BORN WITNESS Born witness We still write eternal Songs waiting For a revelation Sacred self Looking for Our own Reflections In the mirrors Cast by others Who walked Before us I Tattoo My soul With ancestors Names Dream walkers Theives Continue reading Born Witness & Three other new poems by R.M. Engelhardt

Joyce in Washington & Two other new poems by Jeff Bagato

Joyce in Washington sometimes you can see her breasts and they were nice even at 60 a leopard skin print slip showing through a slit skirt wrapped tight around a good figure like pin up girls of her day and Continue reading Joyce in Washington & Two other new poems by Jeff Bagato

The Last Day Of Seventy One by Rich Quatrone

THE LAST DAY OF SEVENTY ONE the last day is like all the other days only this one is the last of those days when I was 71 and before that 70 and before that 69, then 68, 67, 66, Continue reading The Last Day Of Seventy One by Rich Quatrone

Dragons’ Dread by Rayfield A. Waller

Dragons’ Dread For Shirley Roberson It ducks a smoking muzzle, rears it then when it has spoke. “I am terror past measure, unnerving death; I’ll fear no lass,” It brags to a synod of beasts, for they and he have Continue reading Dragons’ Dread by Rayfield A. Waller