Feet Will Walk Forever

By Ian Copestick   All afternoon, the snow it fell and the city came to a standstill. Just a light dusting, an inch or so, and no one knows how to drive. Me, I laugh at the fuming faces as I stroll on by. My shoe leather faster than their expensive engines. Which will soon … Continue reading Feet Will Walk Forever

The Untranslatable: Empêchement

By Thomas Page This is a series of poems of words that do not directly translate into English. I have tried to capture the essence of the word in a poem.   Everyone expects the weekend to mean something more than the week Because we are not bound to the rock of the workplace That … Continue reading The Untranslatable: Empêchement

The Angelic Minnesong (Courtly Lovesong)

By Paweł Markiewicz The enchanted moon is solely for you. You are doing the sempiternity herein on earth. You guardian angel conjure dreams of me. So marvelously-propitiously your heavenly mirror shines. The courtly love to the angellet are sorceries. In your vans reveries live. I like you, the angel, drunken with a magnificence of dew, … Continue reading The Angelic Minnesong (Courtly Lovesong)

Haiku by Thomas Page

  The november rains  Pour down into the foggy Plains b’low hidden sun.  The faux-jade apple  On the faux-mahogany  Desk. Are these hands real? I cannot name the  Stars more ancient than I am With lights eclipsed now.  The trees grew orange-red,  The others stayed green-yellow, The trunks look the same.  The palm-reader’s map--  Like … Continue reading Haiku by Thomas Page