July 11, 2021
Close-up of buttons on printer

Sometimes Technology Wins

Sometimes we win. Sometimes, it's the machines.
June 13, 2021
waters flooding a fully furnished apartment

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.** […]
June 6, 2021
golden hour photo of green curving benches in Central Park

Central Park – A Quick Observation

Observation in verse.
April 19, 2021

Birth of a Dream

Rita Mock-Pike You hadn’t thought of it beforeBut there it is.Suddenly, the world opens up,but it’s not your thing. This thought flits across your brain.“No chance, […]
April 4, 2021
painting of phoenix rising

Be Still

Rise, my soul, and be still.
March 18, 2021
blank page, crumpled up paper beside

Muse, My Wonderful, Terrible You

When the muse won't come and you can't write...
March 6, 2021

I Am a Runner with Hope

Rita Mock-Pike Sparkling light streaks the pageAs I try to bring my mind to focus.The music from another roomand giggles from outdoorsdistract. But there’s hope.There’s anticipation.There’s […]
February 5, 2021

Death Ward

Poetic reflections on a childhood spent in the Death Ward.
February 4, 2021

My Raging War

Cynthia Ann Lublink My soul cries for the fear,                         for the pain, You prick the wounds of my heart                         still waiting to be healed. […]
January 27, 2021

Home When I Get There

A poem about loss, expectation, and hope.
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