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Two Poems by Reva Nelson

Photo by Atoms on Unsplash Focus what makes the most sense for me to focus on today should I smell the earth after the much-needed rain   what about the sight of children playing separately apart unsure of whether they can touch or not   should I listen for the doorbell even though no one… Continue reading Two Poems by Reva Nelson

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School’s Out for the Holidays by Felicity Sidnell Reid

Photo by Stony Ridge Farm KY from Pixabay Afternoon darkness cloaks the road.  The school bus, late, puffs up the hill. Its stop signs shoot out, left and right, as it stands still.   Scarlet paddles open, glow on pumpkin coach, not yellow school bus, as small dark shadows, fearing nothing, leap into the piled… Continue reading School’s Out for the Holidays by Felicity Sidnell Reid

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Two poems by Jessica Outram

Photo by Zane Lee on Unsplash Winter Song   sounds of the next generation voices and violins and winter child songs of a thousand beautiful things amid this safe harbour   underneath stars and lullabies glorias celebrate our days of beauty sharing peace on strings and music to all   Song Tree my song starts… Continue reading Two poems by Jessica Outram


Turning Down Social Media’s Volume by Mike Croucher

Photo by Rodion Kutsaev from Unsplash During this pandemic, staying informed is vital to our health, but being obsessed with the news, whether about covid19, the gong show that is American politics, politics in general, or a world in chaos—as it has been for generations, and will likely stay in for decades to come—is really… Continue reading Turning Down Social Media’s Volume by Mike Croucher