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3:01am by Carl Scharwath

3:01am by Carl Scharwath
The Offering by Sky Black 3:01am by Carl Scharwath Celestial evening oozes black and droplets begin to paint the schizophrenic atmosphere. Incessant dripping announces an awakening with an ethereal alarm—3:01! Turbulent moonlight dissipates, alive in anxiety,…

Astronomy by JW Mark

Astronomy by JW Mark
Astronomy by JW Mark A sawdust ring converts me best orbiting boy to star Newtonic dust, galactic trash Look Daddy astronaut your solar bursting cosmonaut in Sunday's matinée one planetary fission fused my universe is…

Messages by R. Bremner

Messages by R. Bremner
Messages by R. Bremner Messages from a bleak sunrise, glaring signals through stripped branches, seem to bring some news essential to my being, but, smothered in some secret code, the warnings pass, untranslated, unheeded. ###…

Spider by John Wright

Spider by John Wright
Photo by Diena Grant-Thomson Spider by John Wright This overcast morning leaf and lawn are drenched in dew-soaked air. My window frames a filigree masterpiece of lilli-pilli pollen buds and scribbling eucalypts. I watch a…

Hawk by Andrew Demcak

Hawk by Andrew Demcak
Hawk by Andrew Demcak Wings open, wind-carried, an angel's book. Talons ready to change music to that of funeral dirge. Fixer, finder, life-adopter, sailing through cool ether. Mouse, you are not your hallowed body. Spectacular,…