Odd Therapy Celia Turner

[tabby title="Poem"] Be careful where you place your body.If you live in a forest you will think you are a tree and forget there are flat far flung prairies. Neither is right or wrong. You can find kindness in cities...

Brutal Planet by Dale Cottingham

[tabby title="Poem"] 1. Freedom deceived me. All that talkthat I could do what I want, saywhat I want, as I roamed these plains.I thought this life was about me. ME!But the earth kept revolving.Days came. Nights. Gravity’s pull remained.The earth...

I Felt the World Ending When I Was Eight by Diana Keith

[tabby title="Poem"] I felt the world ending when I was eightI felt the vacuum of empathyThe ghoul of technologyAnd the great plan they had concocted togetherTo steal my future I stared into the cracked and gaping mawAnd something happenedI left...

The Unsent Letter by Kim V. Poetry

[tabby title="Poet"] I sit down to pen a love letter.Pour my heart out line by line.I think and overthink.Write and erase.I wipe the tears off of the page.This was easier in my head.The words began to flowAs memories flood my...

The Swan’s Tale by Francis Conlon

[tabby title="Poem"] The swan’s tale was once thought white,Something more was a fiction,A black swan not seen at night,Nor in the day, ‘til nature’s predilection. Together swans are a gaggle,Known for beauty and for grace,‘Tho noisy sounds as if a...