A Divine Light Has Gone Out and Other Poems

By Milton P. Ehrlich A Divine Light Has Gone Out But still glows, being mischievous as she always was, destined to be a favorite shooting star—a genuine work of art admired by one and all. How comfortable we were, leaning on each other for all those years. I loved her more than anyone else in … Continue reading A Divine Light Has Gone Out and Other Poems

recipients and Other Poems

By Raymond Chen recipients i try to speak, but when i recognize that i am giving in to my tears: i hold my voice in; because i will never let her hear my suffering she doesn't deserve to hear it. recipients: mother and heartbreaker. o'erwhelm a statement of somewhat eternal verity: do NOT let music … Continue reading recipients and Other Poems

A Sampling of What’s to Come

By Lynette Murry Christmas Is Vastly Different Christmas is vastly different, since you’re not here A somber season, no laughter or holiday cheer Our lives are shattered, nothing’s the same Memories recalled, with the mention of your name Thanksgiving was difficult, but that’s just the start An empty chair in remembrance of you, broke my … Continue reading A Sampling of What’s to Come