By Amelhyne O'Regan-Farineau I never knew the girl on the train But she smiled at every passing tree Like they were an old friend She was saying goodbye to For the last time Misty eyed As the condensation rolls from her eyes Her mask the same colour as the sky I wonder if her mind … Continue reading The Girl on the Train
Dreamt You Dreamt you were sitting right beside me in my sleeping haze, though I am not sure if I am fully asleep or dreaming awake. So tired my head is a jumbled mess. Maybe, I hope that you can help me to straighten out this confusion. of interchanging thoughts. Knowing that you … Continue reading Dreamt You and Other Poems by Andrew Scott
The Ghost I used to be a ghost, pale shell of my former and current self. My skin was white. Shiny without a hint of a tan colour, even after hours in the piercing sun. Skin used to cling to the bones in my body, showing all that was underneath. No amount of foods would … Continue reading Poems by Andrew Scott
By Ryan Quinn Flanagan The Rain Was Laughing Sideways …and the stranger came to town and no one knew him and he went to every house dropping a single breadcrumb on each doorstep and then the stranger left and never returned and everyone rejoiced because they had bread.
By John Patrick Robbins Dear Stranger, We met so many years ago now I see you through such different eye's. Aged and broken like most older men. You poison your life and everyone around you either died or no longer can recall you're name. I believe I saw you thrown out of some bar off … Continue reading “A Letter To A Stranger”