The Chest in My Heart

By Kian Zehtabian My dedication to my dear mother who raised me as a strong leaf under hurricanes crushing her. One night I sensed a void In the box I carry in my chest From January till December And from season of all being reborn Till the time nature builds a castle of frost. I … Continue reading The Chest in My Heart

Now That They Are Gone and Other Poems

By Fabrice Poussin Now That They Are Gone It’s not that they died that those tender eyes rot in the dirt after tears were shed to fill their graves. It’s not that they rest amidst concrete stones ice in winter steaming with eerie ghosts in balmy summer nights. It’s not only that we miss their … Continue reading Now That They Are Gone and Other Poems

Sight Beyond the Stars & Words that Starve

By Joseph T. Moran Sight Beyond the Stars Standing at the precipice brings much into view. The depths below, the distant horizon, The night sky above. But few see clearly at the cliff’s edge. With some unable to lower their gaze.... Or staring straight down. Many scan the horizon for monuments, searching intensely.... As if … Continue reading Sight Beyond the Stars & Words that Starve