Monthly Archives: September 2019

Fabrice Poussin

 Contemplation  Magician with a thick dark amber she dreams another world poet of lands known to only her and the few who still follow.   Letters, syllables and song dance in the depth of her mind she writes in silence … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Dr. Ralph Monday

Tongue Wagging & Snake Waving  The holler where the church sits deep as Dante’s pit. Over in Bell County across the state line, a preacher’s wife died from her faith, bitten by the slithering garden. They cry out in tongues … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Harris Tobias

My Mother’s Hands Those hands  Knarled and wrinkled They hardly look like hands at all More like fledgeling birds Or the lumpy fruits of some exotic tree I do not recognize them Though once they meant everything to me They … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Frank Adams

Reminiscence  In mother’s kitchen there was always the aroma of something cooking – but my favorite food was her chocolate chip cookies.  No words adequately describe their scent and allure – the first bite – the taste of butter, sugar, chocolate … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized

Michael Ceraolo

Eighty Days Michael Ceraolo is a 61-year-old retired firefighter/paramedic and active poet who has had two full-length books (Euclid Creek, from Deep Cleveland Press; 500 Cleveland Haiku, from Writing Knights Press) and several shorter-length books published, and has a third … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized