I Should’ve Learned the Breaststroke and Other Poems

By Georgia Sutherland I Should’ve Learned the Breaststroke If life is a pool, I’ve plunged to my Death, watching Time watching me watching Time as my arms flail above ripples, my cries drown in laughter, some gleefully float above bold white clouds, the sun blushes staring six feet deep where Death claims my lips, all … Continue reading I Should’ve Learned the Breaststroke and Other Poems

Visions and Memories

By Mike Turner Though time has slowly brushed awayThe sharpness of my mind And where my vision once was clear Now mostly I am blind I do remember that sweet day We saw what we could be And started down our lifetime’s path Together, you and me We looked ahead, out toward our lives But … Continue reading Visions and Memories