CHIA – a poem by Jay Ramsay

CHIA Is it really my brain that with the utmost clarity can retrieve a thought I had the day before yesterday in one word…despite haste and anxiety medicinal hangover and cloud as I sit; or is it a voice speaking to me precise as a needle, or a beak alive to every cell of my […]

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Textures – a poem by M.S. Rooney

Textures “Whisper songs” of Steller’s Jays, those almost inaudible songs sung for reasons no one can name. Who are these ones, these fellows? How do we sense the textures of the other without limit, let word cages drop?   M.S. Rooney lives in Sonoma, California with poet Dan Noreen. Her work appears in journals, including […]

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