If you catch the train to nowhere You'll find the strangest man I've met

Poetry by Annee

Free Fall Through Galaxies Sometimes I forget what falling feels like The stomach-drop of a plummet The panic of ground far too close Sometimes I forget what flying feels like The wings that allow me to float The free fall that is safe, and not really "falling" at all   And isn't it funny, that... Continue Reading →

Poetry by Sara

Sara is busy writing poems for #pridemonth   Here is one of her latest.  Make sure to check her out on all her links! Sara is a published poet who has been writing since her teenage years. You can find more from her on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. Sara A Mosier- author and poet  Instagram. Twitter

Poetry by Katrina

“Toy Soldier” Sleep silent Little one, Hold breath Quench tears. One more day, One more time, Sleep silent Little one.   Katrina Thornley is a Rhode Island based author who graduated from the University of Rhode Island with a BA in English. She started a campaign to save a local park from development and has... Continue Reading →

Poetry by Laura

  The Rugby Ball I am sailing through the quiet air, watching all your eyes below; as I land I whisper, “Come and get me.” Then the game begins! You charge, a stampeding thunder, you will for   leap             me,   SCREAM for me, dive for me- All for me!   I’ve seen you get... Continue Reading →

Poetry by Katrina

“London” Peace talks Fire Bullets Booms. Peace talks Folded flags Stones Half mast.   Peace talks Headlines Tears Lost.   Peace talks Ears close Mouths lock Hearts break.     Katrina Thornley is a Rhode Island based author who graduated from the University of Rhode Island with a BA in English. She started a campaign... Continue Reading →

Poetry by Laura

Honey Tongue   Speak to me, honey tongue. Your activities in lush amber tones drift through air: every worker bee is envious, each sweet tooth craves more. Honey tongue, speak to me. Your questions drip molasses on my lips. Honeysuckle laughter ripples through my empty body. Speak to me, honey tongue…     When Laura... Continue Reading →

Poetry by Luke

Unmasked The line between darkness and light grows faint Sometimes I think I am going insane You don’t seem to notice. Do you even care? You merely see my smiling face – the mask I wear. Only when alone do I go unmasked, without restraint Only I see that which, without it, will remain. Beneath... Continue Reading →

Poetry by Annee

Love Letters So let's write love letters to life on our fingertips So they'll be in everything we touch. We'll leave fingerprints on the seasons' lips; On the morning and dusk and moonlight, On every heart we hold, every memory. When we bleed, may we bleed sunsets And when we cry, spill tears of rose petals So... Continue Reading →

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