A Poem For My Dear Friend Amory by Patience Labane

[tabby title="Poem"] I still love you, even when we don't talkI still love how your locs intertwine with grace like God wove them HimselfI still love how your skin beautifully meets the sunset like it's sun-kissed with passionI still love...

We Are by Celia Turner

[tabby title="Poem"] A susurration of voices,all women speakingin a multitude of languages Some stuck yetrepeating onlywhat men want of us— the impossible,leaving usforever in lack. Other womenwhispering, a vortexshouting, spiraling us up, up. We are we are we arewe are...

Wave After Wave by Mitja Lovše

[tabby title="Poem"] Frankly, we lost.The strewn bodieson the coasts we founddidn't really warn us, yes. Frankly, we sucked.There were other signsthe place might be crap,but we are where we are. Frankly, we died.Do not be surprised,this had been the drill,we...

Echoes of The Past by Laeeq Orrie

[tabby title="Poem"] In the hush of twilight, shadows dance,A silent symphony of memories lost,Echoes of laughter, whispers in the wind. Daytime ghosts roam the fields,Their spectres painted on golden wheat,Footsteps echo in the chambers of my heart. The visitation of...

Palm Stories by Francis Conlon

[tabby title="Poem"] A season to pick categories,Both myth and real are a choice,Best told through the strong stories,Revealing a view with a mystic voice. Take a step beyond the pagan,For a reality surpassing games,Yet, ask the soul to reawaken,From a...