Poems by John Grey

SPLENDOR, THE NATURAL VARIETY   I'm enamored of splendor. Especially the natural variety. Like this lake smooth as glass but for the ripple of a loon passing. And mountains, though I've no wish to climb them, make a perfect backdrop. As do the deer nibbling at the forest edge. My current mood is rare but … Continue reading Poems by John Grey

Poems by William Doreski

Self-Storage   These long and narrow boxes contain the rolled-up spirits of people we’ve tried to love.   Some died in metal on metal. Some ballooned and exploded. Some drifted far out to sea.   Some haven’t died yet but shed their ghosts when they lost their faith in the scent and texture of things. … Continue reading Poems by William Doreski