“Poésie D’Hiver” (Haiku 189-195)

By Thomas Page Am I limited To what I can know? Modern Scholar, future fool? Gray-white wildcat Who loves my garbage Hiding in the urban woods Can I string these pearls— Random passing thoughts— Into beautiful jewelry? A recursive clock Continuously chimes at Intervals sixty Paradise by the Sea is sweeter when you’re in Cold … Continue reading “Poésie D’Hiver” (Haiku 189-195)

Stem Cell

By Ryan Quinn Flanagan   research is always being protested and funded and protested again so that after a while it becomes hard to figure out where the funding begins and the protest stops   in much the same way you dig a hole into the wet crimson earth   and wonder about all the … Continue reading Stem Cell