Poetry

Poetry: Issue #3

The Seven Last Words

by Terry Minchow-Proffitt
 
 

Father, forgive them; for they do not know what they are doing. (Luke 23:34)

Looks like we’ll spend the better part
of Valentine’s Day together
at the cancer center, sitting
with our backs against the window
beneath this morning light…Read more

Poetry: Issue #2

Almost a Mother

by Artress Bethany White

 

 

The sight of a postpartum belly
recalls the missing folds
of loose flesh between her own hips
declaring she’d never
given birth, but was once
almost a mother.
It is the heart that contracts
in these moments
instead of the womb…Read more

"Typhoon on Ha Long Bay," Margo Lemieux

Poetry: Issue #1

Morning Prayers

by David Biespiel

 

 

Your God says look behind you,

watch your back,

Become the life in your hands,

walk like a shadow,

Lose the afternoon,

knot the hour,

seek the future,…Read more