September 24, 2022

Colors

The colors are thrown like paper airplanes hard through our bodies, breathing in every drop of rainbow
September 17, 2022

At the Edge of Autumn

Here at the edge of autumn I like to practice being generous. I read a book that I don’t like just to exercise my manners,
September 5, 2022

The Elements of Freedom

The elements of freedom are the words in silence, they dwell in the mind of perfect bliss, they love to rest their spirits in mother-silence's bosom, and cannot ever bear to lose sight of her.
August 27, 2022

Perspective

I could fly but the train will take longer and I need time
July 30, 2022

Road of Fire

Tina J Gordon Along the Sciara del Fuoco in the Mediterranean, you can hear the earthrumble, heave, sigh.Like a heart that’s broken, it grieves. Listen in […]
July 23, 2022

From a Distance

I sway with the train from rail to rail
July 16, 2022

Trader Joe’s Tonight

Trader Joe’s tonight . . . is very busy Aisles packed rather tight
July 15, 2022

MockingOwl Roost Quarterly: Introspection

Volume 2, Issue 3 of the MockingOwl Roost: Introspection is ready for readers. Enjoy!
June 30, 2022

Glass Shell – a Poetry Reading

I've never unhinged the door to invite in the light of reason, always incurious, cemented in my own world unless someone comes, absorbed in the waves of my own heartbeat with nothing to trouble me inside
June 29, 2022

Near Uncas Point – MockingOwl Roost Poetry Reading

Winters coaxed this sandspit From shore and outgoing tides,  In radiant disarray, have returned  Land to the harbor by at least a half,  Leaving mud flats adorned with  Alluvial fans, hump-backed inlets 
June 18, 2022

When the World Flipped Over

When the world flipped over its open sign to closed,
June 15, 2022

Enough

Sue Cook *Sensitivity warning: violence, gun violence, death, descriptions of blood, graphic descriptions of violence I can’t sleep tonightBabies are in cold storage instead of bedsThoughts […]