The Road Home I have walked one too many roads. A few stray paths have distracted me. Not always sure where I was going Or why I was called away Home should be where the heart is But sometimes my heart would fail A faulty human with a messy soul At least I thought I … Continue reading Poems by Kelli J. Gavin
Beverly M. Collins's photos have appeared on the front and back cover of San Gabriel Valley Poetry Quarterly, her book, Mud in Magic, and on the internal pages of Spectrum and Lummox 8 publication.
By Thomas Page 235 Fleet of abandoned Ships Rest In Peace in water Of the Potomac 236 Dragonflies hover Over nameless golden plants Cultivated there 237 July afternoons— An easel of sunshine and Baked cloudy skies 238 What fresh berries found Like a greenman blushing at Unexpected guests 239 Fire in … Continue reading Haiku 235-245
By Carrie Connel-Gripp The blue-white charge of magic coursed through the rope woven with silver and gold threads and the hair of the king’s four daughters. Geradonis paced on the west side of the pyre. As the Harvest Moon rose from behind the hills in front of him, the great orb of the sun descended … Continue reading Capture the Flame
By Haley Emmons See more of Haley's work at @jirachi_haley or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org