Skittles with planets An amethyst, he said slamming down the prayer beads. talking above the nauseous fumes of camphor and incense he drew skewed circles intersecting subsets - seventeen of them jotting numbers on a paper that presumably charted the rebel trajectory of all the wayward moons and wastrel stars that had driven me to … Continue reading Poems by Oormila Vijayakrishnan Prahlad
(Courtesy of the Artist) KJ Williams is an Abstract Expressionist. She has studied art at Newbury College of Massachusetts, and the Art Institute of Boston, before moving to New Hampshire. Through her work, KJ expresses her physical pain from an accident in 1993, to the depression from trying to work while in … Continue reading Art by KJ Williams
By Thomas Page People articulated By traits becomes a Grave--dry bones. Lab'ling the other Tacks their equal to a board Like a butterfly. A clock will tick in Unique tremor for each new, Subsequent heard tock. How many years pass On Pluto and the other Bodies as light flies?