He wore shoes a size too small by Doug Holder They always told him “Contain yourself.” And what surged through him stopped at his feet. The blood bursting through the crooked tributaries of his toes the contours of each foot’s arching vein. It splashed against the leathery walls, the black shoelaces curved like a hunchback’s […]
This Knife I Give You by Joseph J. Nagarya In Zen, all that’s left to you is to laugh. In this life, all that’s left to do is kindness. This knife I give you is to cut the meanness out of our hearts. In this life, all that’s left to do is kindness. ### Joseph […]
there was a frequency in the air that sizzled the way telephone wires do
when i picked up the electric buzz your body generated next to mine.
Belonging by Fiona Marshall When I leave this place You will see shreds of my heart Dangling from the trees ### I emigrated to Northern Alberta, Canada, six years ago with my husband and two sons after living my entire life in the North West of England. Since then, I have joined the Slave Lake […]
Eliana is a Brooklyn based gal. This is her first piece of poetry appearing anywhere. Other writing has shown up in Ink magazine and Kitsch. She has a fairly new