Poems by Andrew Scott

The Other Side For decades people come here every fall looking for the calm picturesque scenery. Taking in the serene, changing colours that come to us each and every year. People cannot believe how quiet it is here. The lawns are perfect and shops so welcoming. An old town feel in modern times. The visitors … Continue reading Poems by Andrew Scott

“Roof Shingles Falling for Each Other”

By Ryan Quinn Flanagan A hand in the land, who needs a trowel? Dirt under the nails. Wires of robot circumcision snipped. Grass clippings over naked legs. Lyme disease ticks by the hedge line. A hand on the hip for balance. Roof shingles falling for each other. Perhaps some lemonade. Ice in a rattling sweaty … Continue reading “Roof Shingles Falling for Each Other”