By Bluford Birdsong Originally published in Literary Yard Jill shuts down the treadmill after running three eight minute miles, proud of herself and thankful for a couple of hours alone. Still panting, she opens the stainless steel door of the new fridge and grabs a blue shaker bottle of branch-chain amino acids. The Tahitian Punch … Continue reading Yellow

Poems by Len Kuntz

Sometimes I Wonder   (…)   Sometimes I wonder if you remember the trees, how they splayed for us, or the stars stitching their stories together, the ones where everybody wins and everything’s perfect. Sometimes I wonder If you’re still making your guesses, if the moon is just as pale and beautiful where you’re standing … Continue reading Poems by Len Kuntz