The Life-Blood of Poetry

By Lori Newbold   I release my thoughts into the care of words So they can fly upon the wings of poetry. Soaring among clouds of creativity, And then gracefully landing To their home on my page. The life-blood of these emotions flows, Freely as ink from my pen, Forming sentences that give voice to … Continue reading The Life-Blood of Poetry

Loch Ness (Ian’s Night)

By Tricia Marcella Cimera On the banks of the Loch Ness the murderer Ian sees the Monster watching from the black-water edge. Ian is not fearful — he’s just killed his mistress (cried like a bairn) and blood fills his heart, his face a gray rock, cold as a grave.           … Continue reading Loch Ness (Ian’s Night)