Magnificat – a poem by Mairi Murphy

Magnificat in the nano-second of conception a wave sent out, rippling creation nothing will ever compare to this: so imperceptible the stars, planets and everything that breathed fused in harmony as the soul of the world expanded, caught in one gentle ‘yes’ a tsunami of overwhelming love. time out of ordinary time light from extraordinary […]

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Montefiore – a poem by Terrence Sykes

Montefiore Beneath a copper moon letterings of a multitude shadowed scripts cast pronunciation across the face of staved land Mosaic reflections reveal alphabet of light spelling its unreadable words forgotten language upon the surface of the water Dawn – vaporish as it clings last syllables of night consonant reminder whispering silent vowels In the beginning […]

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To Question a Seed in Autumn – a poem by Shawn Aveningo Sanders

To Question a Seed in Autumn   “Life is heavier than the weight of all things”                                        –Rainer Maria Rilke   Shawn Aveningo Sanders started out as show-me girl from Missouri and after a bit of globetrotting finally landed in Portland, Oregon. She is a widely published poet who can’t stand the taste of coconut, […]

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