Month: February 2017

Poems by Joshua Cole

House of Shadows I stand upon a threshold of a house haunted by promises, empty and fruitless, inhabitants hide in long shadows, a gray film of ignorance covers their eyes, slugs slither up the inside of their arms, stopping...

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Poems by Devon Balwit

The Phases of Sleep   My dog sickles and rounds in my bed. No almanac predicts his phases; I learn by feel.  When he curls a perfect circle, I sleep well, feet warmed by his glow. Round dog means a harvest of dreams. But when he...

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Poems by Margaret Saine

Rondeau in Winter   “like a worm, was I wrapt round and round”                                                       Edward Young   A feather on the Polished marble floor Of the train station   Life in another room...

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Poems by Agbaakin O. Jeremiah

Lycanthropes   She told me, she fears the night for then, all banished monsters retreat out of nowhere, recycled into the mind: daylight guilt drift in as swans in swarms, offshore to roost.   Werewolves of be slain thoughts...

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The Girl and the Moon by Ian Craven

There was once a girl who lived near the ocean. At night she loved to walk along the ocean shore and gaze at the moon and stars. She wished the nights would last forever. So it was that whenever the sun rose in the morning the...

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