Journey with Meredith Trede through the poetic landscape of "Season's End." This evocative piece captures the bittersweet essence of departing seasons, with ghostly whispers and faded memories intertwining to create a hauntingly beautiful farewell.
The Shadow Man
Explore the gripping world of “The Shadow Man” by Mark Ready, where the boundaries between life and death blur, and forgiveness becomes the ultimate salvation.
Doves — Back to School Post, Uvalde
“Doves — Back to School Post, Uvalde”: A Heartbreaking Symphony of Fear, Loss, and Hope in the Shadows of Tragedy by Eshaan Mani. Can We Protect Innocence Amidst the Chaos?
He Never Gave Me a Pony
Journey into Shadows: ‘He Never Gave Me a Pony’ by Gia Porter. Witness the Unfulfilled Desires and Haunting Regrets of a Broken Promise, a Story That Lingers Long After the Last Word.
I Am Free
With heartbreaking imagery, Amanda Valerie Judd’s “I Am Free” portrays the internal struggle after escaping an oppressive relationship. The poem captures the battle between newfound freedom and enduring psychological scars.
In ‘Crazy Thing’ by Fabrice Poussin, memories come alive with intensity. The evocative language throughout captures the essence of longing, inviting readers to embrace the complexities of the human journey.
Doug Hawley’s ‘Bomb’ takes readers on a thrilling encounter between a super secret British agent and a notorious super villain, filled with witty banter and unexpected twists.
Land of the Free
Fabrice Poussin’s ‘Land of the Free’ unravels the captivating story of a woman shrouded in mystery. Through lyrical imagery and moving metaphors, Poussin dives into the depths of her soul, painting a portrait of resilience and longing.
In ‘Summer’ by Amanda Valerie Judd, the spirit of the season dances through each line. Judd’s vivid imagery and playful metaphors capture the sultry allure of a woman embodying the essence of summer.
The Family Tree
Delve into the heartwarming tale of ‘The Family Tree’ by Jon Moray, where a young redwood finds solace and love among its forest kin. As roots intertwine, stories of survival and connection are passed down, creating an unbreakable bond.
patria — on dual identity
Through the verses of ‘patria — on dual identity’ by Eshaan Mani, a journey of self-discovery unfolds. Mani’s powerful imagery and melodic cadence search for belonging, as diverse harmonies collide and an unyielding spirit emerges.
Running, Lightwave Riding
Allison Grayhurst's 'Running, Lightwave Riding' explores the balance between fear and faith, unveiling life's contradictions. Through vivid imagery and self reflections, the poem questions the essence of freedom.