Raven by Stephen Keating

I am reborn every day into something new / Today I was walking alone on the yard / Coming back from my shift in…

Absence of Malice by Robert Jay Norton

To hate the cat’s indifference / with its knowing mien or alleged sacredness, / is to despise the sparrow that innocently shat /…

Unspoken Profundities of the Universe by Michael South

It has never been said / That shouting at yellow balls / Bouncing off Saturn’s rings / Could make one feel incontinent / Especially…

My Parisian Sidwalk by Michael South

Washed in a desert’s night rain / Prison lights impersonate themselves / Mirrored on an incarcerated sidewalk / Repainting gray fences and huddled pigeons…

The Run by Ralph Hager

the red brick buildings look as much alike as they sound / the people inside watch the same TV shows with different / clothes…

Thinking of Rain Shadow Review by John Dowell

I wrote this for you because you / accept the unacceptable / whose tales are beautiful as any…

Royalty by John Dowell

Aristocratic oaks and hickories / move their limbs languorously / choosing on whom to bestow lemon light / or shade, like bishops / disseminating…

Snow is Black When by John Dowell

It sleeps / under the sun-blinded stare / of an old cedar …

Prison Time by John Dowell

I stand at the window / for hours / hoping something out of the ordinary / will happen …

The Key by John Dowell

There is / nothing / like the sound…
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