The talk this morning is about the weather
Lauren Payne is a Bay Area misfit transplant, originally from Los Angeles, CA. Her work has been published in various online literary journals as well as in print
Dawn Schout's poetry has appeared in more than 30 publications, including Gloom Cupboard, Main Street Rag, Poetry Quarterly, Red River Review, and Tipton Poetry MORE...
Pam Riley is a native New Yorker, who still misses the Big Apple. She likes to spend her free time going to the theatre, museums and traveling. She has been writing for years MORE...
Rohan Chhetri lives in Delhi. His poetry has been published in Eclectica, Rattle, 34th Parallel, Weyfarers, andThe Antigonish Review, among others. He works as an editor MORE...
Victoria Walters is an accomplished poet who has studied at Lafayette College in Easton Pennsylvania. Recent adventures include a study term in London MORE...
If whales could drop acid before singing, they would sing you?
tequila worm faces dabble in Dali. I depart for deeper woods,
When the plane crashes I land
Concentrate me, my love, like a thick sauce. Watch me trim and heat
Gabriella Brand's fiction, poetry, and essays have appeared in Room Magazine, The Christian Science Monitor, Perigee, The Citron Review, The Mom Egg, and PIF MORE...
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I remember rain barrels
Tether ball hung from overgrown maple really a soccer ball dented in
You plucked it from A barren peach tree
The white cotton of a summer day
afternoon crumbles into evening citrus splashes across the wooden trees
Cast off Embark Throw smart phones
My old '83 Trans Am lapped up the salted highway,