The Last Time I Saw Paris

By Mike Turner   The last time I saw Paris Spring had turned to rains At evening, lights like diamonds Lit the streets as my heart sang The last time I saw Paris I walked the Champs-Elysses Climbed up Le Eiffel Tower O’er all Paris to see The last time I saw Paris Notre Dame … Continue reading The Last Time I Saw Paris

Feet Will Walk Forever

By Ian Copestick   All afternoon, the snow it fell and the city came to a standstill. Just a light dusting, an inch or so, and no one knows how to drive. Me, I laugh at the fuming faces as I stroll on by. My shoe leather faster than their expensive engines. Which will soon … Continue reading Feet Will Walk Forever

“The St. John” and “Abandoned Barns”

By Thomas Page “The St. John” Cypress and Palm jut out of the Water in the St. John. Cows graze Along the flooded plains, eagles Roost in watercolored trees, fish Swim along side airboats whizzing O’er alligators torporing, Cranes, spoonbills, and other avians Float on ebbing lagoons now full. “Abandoned Barns” Abandoned barns sitting nearby … Continue reading “The St. John” and “Abandoned Barns”