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  • Melcome | Poem by Jessica Skyfield
    Melcome to my echo chamber. I’m having fun, (right now). And that’s what it’s all about, right? Now. Behold the meaningless rantings of a mad(whoa)man. Sliding slipping sagging as time warps and wears picking up speed on the downhill slide. Infinite neural networks these/those/them/there/their/they’re sliding glass doors shut but I can still see back through; … Read more
  • About That First Love and other Poems by John Grey
    ABOUT THAT FIRST LOVE It did not feel like they had told me. Less emotional, more like somebody gifting me a brand new red sports car. Hormones, I barely understood. But horsepower was a cinch. I didn’t lose my heart. It was more a great flap in my head. And it wasn’t war of course. … Read more
  • The New World Order | Poem by Ray Miller
    The holiday romance is wintering in the blankets of her bestest buddy. There’s an empty ring in the silver tin, and candles light the depths of her study, where she’s practising pole dancing and  TEFL;   she’ll throw a dart in a part of the globe and chase the arrow for some precious metal while … Read more
  • Fifties Feature | Poem by Linda Straub
    “50’s Feature” by Linda Straub Mother wore an off the shoulder dress that swirled ’round her slender waist and kissed a starched crinoline. Father’s hair was ebony black, a series of soft waves rolling down his scalp, breaking on a rocky spine. I sat in the back of their ’57 Chevrolet eating popcorn and watching … Read more

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