Thief of Serpents

By Ken Allan Dronsfield   When you have risked it all just to have a taste. When you have feasted on victory, and swallowed defeat. When you've achieved ambitions, yet still felt unfulfilled. When you realized it's not about what you own, but more about what you experience. When you see the sun on the … Continue reading Thief of Serpents

Hello I Am

By Jason Kaplan The van skidded through the intersection and over a speed bump, sending Noah’s head up against the padded ceiling of the 2006 Grand Cherokee. “Are we almost there?” he asked, rubbing his head. The driver did not reply, but as they made it to the top of the hill, Noah recognized the building … Continue reading Hello I Am

“Ithaca” (Haiku 196-203)

By Thomas Page A father and son, Telemachus and The lost Odysseus Penelope’s basket and Sisyphus’ rock; Both always undone Dyed-blue bearded god, Brother heavenly thundered, Mimics by shaking Homer’s xenia, Custom hospitality, Stories and cyclops Boiling marrow Dry from bones, fear slowly cooks Courage from strong legs The eagle and geese War in Penelope’s … Continue reading “Ithaca” (Haiku 196-203)