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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...

I Don’t Want Your Dough by Leslie Bivans

[tabby title="Poem"] I wanted to want you wanted me.I tried to work around your edges-razor sharp but meaningfully soft on substanceLike stale breadOr white people mac and cheese with peas in it.I tried to want you.Make of you beloved.Tried to...

BIKING AND HIKING by cal S

[tabby title="Poem"] I get the greatest pleasurefrom riding my motor bike -in places where I used to hike -with helmets, goggles and a smile,a smile because of the joyfrom riding the trailI walked as a boy. [tabby title="Poet Bio"] Retired...

One Gulp of The West River by Lee Evans

[tabby title="Poem"] My father and his brothers built a blindOn stilts out in the river, and each yearRecovered it with pine boughs from the woodsSo as to trick the ducks and geese while they,The hunters, crouched within, their rowboat mooredThereto...