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Rambling Confused by Tamar Gvelesiani

[tabby title="Poem"] The evening was gloomyin the shrubs of blackberry. Stems being thirsty,roots in the depth missing rainy days,withered again. I was exhaustedlooking at the dead branches and sere roses. Plu sheet music heard in wispy aircreated the place to...

Dry January by Joseph S. Pete

[tabby title="Poem"] Dry January, the long detox,the month-long respite for the liver,a ritualistic fast for clean living. Dry January, all a farce.Just theater, charade, a show,yet another empty gesture. You only return to crushinghigh-ABV India Pale Alesfor the next 11...

Never Grasped by Jay Nicolle

[tabby title="Poem"] To the enkindled questions I never askedThere was so much more I needed to sayThe toughest lesson I never grasped When I felt depleted, it told me to hold fastYou assumed tomorrow wouldn’t bring a new day?To the...

Extinction by Raquel Morris

[tabby title="Poem"] Shouting loudyour words of hatethat permeate the airangry peoplecongregatefailureto seethe truth that unfoldsEven you don’t knowwhat your hands hold.Disvaluing lifedeath hangs in the airyou continue to darefuture.Brings your fateyou live without care.Inhaling our fearwe welcome our fatesas we...

A Sliver by Raquel Morris

[tabby title="Poem"] What is the truth to one manis a lie to another.Two sides to every story.Two sides to every coin.Is this the beginningor is this the end.Those subjective markersof the time continuum.It’ll all return to stillnessand stories of what...