Discover 'For All' by Luisa Kay Reyes: Illuminating Purity Amidst Chaos. As leaders take and plunder, a divine presence offers balance and warmth. A reflection on the contrasting hues of humanity.
“Introducing Mr. Death” by Jane Glasser offers a mesmerizing portrayal of Death, dressed in black with blue eyes reminiscent of Leonard Cohen. With evocative verses, the poem delves into Death’s seductive power and his penchant for both compassion and calamity.
Unveiling the profound struggle in “Blockage” by Cameron Morse, where the body fights against gravity’s relentless pull, revealing the delicate dance between surrender and resistance, as each step becomes an act of defiance.
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.
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.
Through acts of compassion and unwavering resolve, Cai Quirk's poem reveals the profound potential of empathy and solidarity. 'Shriveled Being' invites readers to reimagine a world where rigid boundaries crumble.