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

Massive Is by Heath Brougher

Massive Is Roll throughout recognize isn’t don’t marble if. sweep why amber thesis ipsofacto. when stethoscope I what because. because. silent if plural are hairum. pharm make no knows. dee tales whenever slivers whoever flashback a arbitrary shimmy. elevation swatch Continue reading Massive Is by Heath Brougher

Clandestine by Joan McNerney

Clandestine In the rinse of another grey day unrolling before us like an empty film. I want to scream out against flat skies, tear up coarse air. Another grey day gnawing at me sounding metallic beats putting me through its Continue reading Clandestine by Joan McNerney

Circle & Two other new Poems by Justin Rogers

CIRCLE the blast radius of a hellfire missile fired from a predator drone can be measured by man an undeniable mathematical calculation in our killing fields of hellfire children are known to be children the colors that were once their laughter Continue reading Circle & Two other new Poems by Justin Rogers

Truth, Transitions & Cliches by Gwil James Thomas

Truth, Transitions & Cliches Really, ‘The Road’ is bullshit it’s not about being here, or there – it’s about being able to note the transitions in life more clearly. Like finally returning all the way home to the familiar – Continue reading Truth, Transitions & Cliches by Gwil James Thomas

Let Me Start From The Beginning & Two other new poems by Michael H. Brownstein

LET ME START FROM THE BEGINNING We were the first to commit these acts. The Jews were the first.— Ben-Gurion, the leader of new Israel Let me start from the beginning: Each one of us is responsible for our own Continue reading Let Me Start From The Beginning & Two other new poems by Michael H. Brownstein

The Brothers Quatrone by Rich Quatrone

THE BROTHERS QUATRONE They attack us, this I know. They don’t understand. This I know, too. And in some instances they are right to criticize us. For we have committed our wrongs. But there is more to us than how Continue reading The Brothers Quatrone by Rich Quatrone

I Think Of This & Two other new poems by James Stansberry

I Think Of This (for Duane) Bowl of me                  rest your head here hands, flat on my hips, and yes remember curve, softness, warmth each time you look at those hands   Continue reading I Think Of This & Two other new poems by James Stansberry