Blue She Was and Other Prose Poems

By Ennie Moe Blue She Was She was Blue; An azure River that flowed with the terms of the wind — aimless and lost in an ocean of pitch black.She was Blue, for melancholy had marred her soul with burning bruises of pale lilac.She was Blue, and she knew not any other color to feel than the one … Continue reading Blue She Was and Other Prose Poems

Missing and Other Poems

By Andrew Scott Missing Used to see pictures of the missing, everyday, everywhere. The persons were either gone for days or for yeas on end. Makes a person think how or why they went missing. For some, when it came time, did the person become lost, disoriented due to a condition? Not knowing where they … Continue reading Missing and Other Poems

Summer Contest Poetry Winner: “A Late Summer’s Billboard at Dusk” and Other Poems

By Ken Gosse A Late Summer’s Billboard at Dusk There’s promised relief dead ahead. Finally, stopping for bread! We’ll spend lots of dough, because, on the go, our car guzzles gas without lead. Another long, tiresome day. Before sunrise, we’re on our way. Each joyful summer vacation’s a bummer, but we’d rather leave home than … Continue reading Summer Contest Poetry Winner: “A Late Summer’s Billboard at Dusk” and Other Poems

Summer Contest Fiction Winner: “A Most Unforgettable Experience”

By Felicita Robinson When Martha invited me to spend the summer vacation with her, I was overjoyed. This was my first trip to the country part of Jamaica. Being a city girl, I was delighted that I was going to actually spend the entire summer away from the city. However, I didn’t bargain for what … Continue reading Summer Contest Fiction Winner: “A Most Unforgettable Experience”