October 16, 2021

The Rift

The wide canyon-like rift that divided humanity was caused by strong faith in gods and whose was superior.
October 9, 2021

Returning

The bloom of our apple trees Is long over,
September 25, 2021

The Cat’s Value

She knows her name but refuses to come. She flicks tail and brushes legs. She knows her worth she knows her value. She’s mean and cranky yet she’s loved...
September 18, 2021

The Eyes of the Soul

Where lies the windows of the soul
September 11, 2021

At Maple Park for Fireworks

Reminiscent poem about summer park fireworks.
September 4, 2021

Resident

Poetry: Not a native, but a resident...
August 28, 2021

Flight

From the corner of the clouds they came, scrambled at first without reason or pattern, just a will...
August 21, 2021

Friends

Whimsical poem about nature
August 17, 2021

The Muse of Self Destruction

Salvador Dali had nothing on me, arrows of light the color of screams. Traversing delusions, illusions and dreams Fever and frenzy, the struggle gives way...
August 9, 2021

The Never

Poetry: Sometimes there seems to be no hope. Sometimes, the never overcomes us. Sometimes there are too many pieces.
July 11, 2021

Sometimes Technology Wins

Sometimes we win. Sometimes, it's the machines.
June 13, 2021

The Flood

Julie Hazlett **Trigger warning: This piece deals with sensitive subject matters including suicide, survivor grief, death, depression, supernatural beings, and anxiety. Please be advised when reading.** […]
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