Two Poems by Stephen Mead

   Ariel’s Mission This tree giant knows me & the grasses I pass upon looking to ignite brooks. Listen, I’m calling through the sudden undulation of leaves. Is it some sea sound  or else; stranger: Soft whispers, candles in petals placed on a lake? How they float to anoint senses, a hushed travelling dream talk that … Continue reading Two Poems by Stephen Mead


By Mark Andrew Heathcote                    06/07/2019 I have followed you beneath a blanket of stars Till it was—all-the-lights went out. And, was wondering when they would shine again. In what tangled wood, in what absolute Would we unfold to touch the hem of this universe? Be sucked … Continue reading Out-and-out