May Flowers Contest Poetry Winner: “Wildflowers” by Stacie Eirich

Lay me in a field of wildflowers, that I may bask in the honeyed scent of many-colored blossoms, bright canary yellows, gentle lilacs, smooth ivories, pale pinks and vivid oranges, deep indigos and ravishing reds, wet with fresh dew they glisten against my skin, that I may dream of a place where Spring is everlasting, … Continue reading May Flowers Contest Poetry Winner: “Wildflowers” by Stacie Eirich

May Flowers Contest Winners

We are proud to announce the winners of our May Flowers Contest: Art: "Red Flower Watercolor" by Eleanor Halpern Fiction: "The Phases of the Moon: One Sentence Story" by Mehreen Ahmed Poetry: "Wildflowers" by Stacie Eirich Each of their pieces will debut throughout the day starting at 11:00 am and ending at 1:00 p.m. EST. … Continue reading May Flowers Contest Winners

Songbird of Spring and Other Poems

By Stacie Eirich Songbird of Spring Exuberant with the breath and life and music of spring, she dances in glistening sunshine, her jubilation bright with dawn, her wonder renewed with cherry-blossoms and chickadees, twirling, jumping, gliding — a goldfinch flitting her wings, soaring in joyous refrain, brilliant rays of light dancing with her flight! Artistry … Continue reading Songbird of Spring and Other Poems

Late Summer Sunday Afternoon Hike and Bus Stop Saturday Night

By Ron Roman Late Summer Sunday Afternoon Hike Hiking late summer Sunday afternoon, Sun yet strong still. What does it matter, Where do we go? Venule-shaped verdant leaves, Now surround me everywhere. Colorless sky staring back overhead, Giving off a soulless glow. Waters churning in nearby brook, Giving birth to memories that echo. Distant bird … Continue reading Late Summer Sunday Afternoon Hike and Bus Stop Saturday Night