Howl by Sy Roth
Ginsburg, you fool,
I say Kaddish for you.
I ride my camel in a desert full of camels,
A restless marauder sitting atop a… Read More
The Call by Andrew Scott
Part I – The Call
No one knew where I was going,
no even me, or when or if
I would ever be back.… Read More
The Loneliest man in the World by John Grey
Nobody knows me here.
I’m totally alone.
Then you call.
My voice is trembling.
Haven’t spoken to
anyone in days
and even… Read More
Out Of Sight by Lynn White
Sometimes you just can’t see it
a case of the wood hiding the trees, perhaps
or the elephant sitting ignored in the centre of… Read More
Time Untended: A Villanelle by Sterling Warner
Time untended triggers loss through neglect
Past opportunities won’t come again;
Escape, escape, any guilt or regret.
Investors look ahead, wealth they expect,… Read More
Simple Poems by Michael T. Smith
If simple poems with cheap old rhymes
Were never even worth your time
Then skip this stone on broken pond
Jumping on like… Read More
We Lost The War by Ryan Quinn Flanagan
Imagine we lost the war,
I tell him everyone loses the war.
He climbs a nearby lamppost
and ignores me.
Imagine we… Read More
poem for 100,000 afternoons spent drowning on dry land by John Sweet
and it’s not the end of the world if
no one loves you but
suicide is always an option
you see how… Read More
A Bedood by Sy Roth
Metropolis automatons shuffle to their homes.
A bedood of self-imposed acclimatization
As the roseolaed sphere wreaks havoc
Hacking at the plague images that riffle… Read More
Play Me A Tune by Lynn White
Sit quietly now
you can play later
and don’t be sad,
it’s a bit of a muddle
but, believe me,
you are made… Read More