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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

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What Remains by Cynthia Reyes

Photo by Nicolas Peyrol from unsplash The colours have come and gone You know the ones Revered in poems and short stories In blog posts and books The reds, the golds, the crimsons Deep pinks and oranges and apricots Dazzling us with their glamour Then falling in the cold winds of November Turning brown and… Continue reading What Remains by Cynthia Reyes

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Two Poems by Antony Di Nardo

Photo by Daniel Norris from Unsplash Deer I am sitting reading in the giant shadow of Mt. Washington here on its northern side, hundreds of miles away in lockdown, devoted for the moment to the life and thoughts of other people’s characters. I am rummaging through an author’s mind as if it was my own,… Continue reading Two Poems by Antony Di Nardo

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Pandemic Trilogy by Marie-Lynn Hammond

Photo by Marie-Lynn Hammond I. Barely Noticed spring belatedly crept up on us we barely noticed   we hauled up all the drawbridges barricaded ourselves in against the pestilence   but it invaded by stealth and left us powerless as peasants   and while we counted potatoes and washed our hands over and over and… Continue reading Pandemic Trilogy by Marie-Lynn Hammond