The Future’s Past by Lynn WhiteI feel no nostalgia
to go back
to be part of my past
I don’t look behind me.
I feel no fear either… Read More
Long May Mystery Reign by John Grey
I know the glowing coals
are poor heat conductors.
And that the soles of the yogi’s feet
barely make contact with one
before they’re… Read More
A Blue Whale by Lynn White
Look at them all
swimming round me
waving their legs at me
and swimming away
constantly taunting… Read More
Old Potash Town by Andrew Scott
The winds of frost over took the town
and the icy cold increased its bite
when the letter of closure was read
to the… Read More
At the Charity Event by John Grey
I was the only man at the table.
The conversation turned to babies
and I became the only alien as well.
For the talk… Read More
Bits And Pieces by Lynn White
I loved Auntie Mary’s bits and pieces drawer.
Loved the metal box full of buttons
I laid out carefully
to admire the different… Read More
Doc the Dentist & Kate the Big Nosed Whore by Ryan Quinn Flanagan
boils that attack the skin
and Doc the dentist leaves a failing practice
to head out west and shack up… Read More
Listen to the Wind by Sy Roth
Listen to the wind kiss the grass.
It makes little moaning noises
Rolling in its breezes.
Listen to the kettledrum chorus of prayer
In… Read More
On Narragansett Beach at Sunset by John Grey
Shore coerced by creeping shadow.
Sky through haze.
I’m more the sense of where I am
than the sum of visible evidence.
Along the… Read More
Leading the Way by Lynn White
The male will always lead,
so it’s been said,
a flamboyant rooster
strutting his stuff
while the fluffy bird-brained
females dutifully follow,
so it’s… Read More