Sustenance by Lee Evans

[tabby title="Poem"] You have nothing to blame but circumstancefor taking this path into the woodsand over a twilight bridge that spansthe abyss between the flesh and the blood. And what did you see when you lingered there,not knowing how things...

Frail Peace by Francis Conlon

[tabby title="Poem"] Much brave talk about a ceasefire,And, a prelude for some peace,Let troops stop and then retire. That gentle dream a fulfilling desire,Steel and smoke rest and decrease,Much brave talk about a ceasefire. Across the ruins comes the crier,O’head...

Undaunted by Mohamed Ahmed

[tabby title="Poem"] How frail is lifeHow sweet is youthBut speeds away; the bitter truthI hold off inner strife The fire still burnsAt times it is dimMy thoughts turn grimThe heart still yearns Time rolls pastHer hands reach outAll end to...

Waters of Obscure Sorrows by Julia A Masi

[tabby title="Poem"] the sun directs the turbulenceunder a crimson spotlightwaters of obscure sorrowsshadow the lonely trying todrown their dark thoughtspraying for forgivenessscreaming in anguishconfessions and regretswim against the tide withsincere repentencegentle waves of comfortthe ocean remembersmourning breaks overwaters of obscure...

Eclipse by Celia Turner

[tabby title="Poem"] The shadow of the moonwill cross Mexicoat one thousand five hundred mph,shoot up toward Niagara Falls,at pretty near two thousand.Millions will standcraning heads skywardenduring each otherin a close proximitythey would not otherwisetolerate, spending moneythey did not havefor a...