The Grand Old Party by S.A. Griffin

The Grand Old Party the Star Spangled Banner is playing so loudly that nobody at the party can hear Lady Liberty’s muffled screams coming from inside the Lincoln Bedroom flat on her back Liberty is doing all that she can Continue reading The Grand Old Party by S.A. Griffin

Terminal Motel & 2 other new poems by Leah Mueller

TERMINAL MOTEL Terminal Motel: garish orange neon, missing several letters blinks its welcome to two hitchhikers thirty miles east of Laredo. He clutches a battered guitar case, she hoists a backpack filled with torn sundresses. They haven’t fought yet, but Continue reading Terminal Motel & 2 other new poems by Leah Mueller

A Slipknot Into Somewhere Else: A Poet’s Journey To The Borderlands Of Dementia by Michael H. Brownstein

A master poet explores the linguistic world of Alzheimer’s. With patience and love, Michael demonstrates logical thought patterns which develop meaning when a listener gives the speaker space and time. Once you’ve taken this journey with Michael, you’ll discover the Continue reading A Slipknot Into Somewhere Else: A Poet’s Journey To The Borderlands Of Dementia by Michael H. Brownstein

GOOGLING “VINTAGE SEX” by Leah Mueller

GOOGLING “VINTAGE SEX” Vintage sex is like modern sex, only black and white, with no filter. People enjoy threesomes and anal stimulation. Women with enormous, unenhanced breasts give blowjobs to eager gentlemen. Stylish plaid couches offer succor to sexually charged Continue reading GOOGLING “VINTAGE SEX” by Leah Mueller

Sitting On A Roof & 2 other new poems by G David Schwartz

Sitting On A Roof Sitting on a roof reading in a book I hear the dog barking in the house and I worry theres a crook. But I’m on page ninety five. And I am sure the dog will scare Continue reading Sitting On A Roof & 2 other new poems by G David Schwartz

On Reading The News & 2 other new poems by Linda Stevenson

On Reading the News I don’t believe you. See how my world weariness testifies, sighing, muttering. Being an old sceptic, I burrow, dig, kick up more dirt; like a hoary wombat, I claw towards a credible space for refuge, hide Continue reading On Reading The News & 2 other new poems by Linda Stevenson

Old Shadow Called Brand New & two new poems by James Dennis Casey IV

Old Shadow Called Brand New at one constant volume one constant pitch you still won’t hear the strange old shadow called brand new coming from behind it wants to own you consume you at high altitude capacity underneath the radiant Continue reading Old Shadow Called Brand New & two new poems by James Dennis Casey IV

Three Sonnets & two other new poems by James Walton

Three Sonnets Blackberry Sonnet The hay cutter speaks of his love Lady, I came for your love – not to haggle. I am no wizened mariner of orbs familiar knowledge, But a castaway escaping the casket’s clamour – Our years Continue reading Three Sonnets & two other new poems by James Walton

Death Philosophy & three other poems by Ahmad Al-khatat

Death Philosophy Someone who loves chilling dancing drinking smoking asks me if I write with an ink? I answer to her with yes, it’s from my pain my ache my lonely my grief with the colour of death philosophy Will Continue reading Death Philosophy & three other poems by Ahmad Al-khatat