The Future City by A.D. Labuschagne

[tabby title="Poem"] When the Old OrderHas passed away,Given wayUnto the New,We will stand beforeThose pearly gatesAnd we will enter through… We will walk upon streets of gold,Shining with future elegance,In the Tomorrow City,The Bride and Groom will dance. No more...

In His Dreams by Taylor Dibbert

[tabby title="Poem"] He hadA dreamAbout LondonLast night,He’s still holdingHis dearLittle dogQuite close,He misses herEvery day. [tabby title="Poet Bio"] Taylor Dibbert is a writer, journalist, and poet in Washington, DC. “Rescue Dog,” his fourth full-length poetry collection, was published in May....

Irrepressible Spirit by Beula Lewis

[tabby title="Poem"] Dancing, twirling, playing pretend, eyes see right through the mask in your hand. Is it fun rubbing sand?Kissing feet is for the weak! Now come on why silence the soul by placing it in a crate?Oh, what a...

Divine Drunkenness by David Dephy

[tabby title="Poem"] The wishes grow slowly in our minds,but fast in our memories, and calm.We are the grapes — time is the essenceof divine drunkenness, when truth emerges. Sometimes the storms displace the worldwithout washing us away.Here the mist is...

Mama’s Cradle by Thompson Emate

[tabby title="Poem"] Go to that ground,Where redemption will be found,Go to that place,Abide in freedom’s embrace. Open the door out of the night,Walk to the light,Don’t be distraught by the mirror,Redemption is nearer. The sun will smile at usif we...