Light and Dark – a poem by Dah

Light And Dark I want to measure the distance between light and dark between grains of sand because it’s never enough to simply have faith. Pale and weary I have taken myself apart so many times and cannot understand this weakness of forgetting that no alchemy can change. Some memories are empty injuries Both light […]

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Guilt – a poem by Julia Bonadies

Guilt Yellow leaves float like flames on the surface of dirt packed water that holds the humble beginnings of a McIntosh apple tree. Every Monday morning, I weave through thirteen rows of hydrangeas, dogwoods, cherry blossoms, crabapples, Japanese maples, Arborvitaes, and blue spruce conifers with twenty feet of red garden hose to quench the thirst […]

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