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Reports from Ultramar

Reports From Ultramar By Erick Estevanell  The exact moment, the precise amount, the right place. Yet, everything is fleeting: uncertainty was actually the word of a century. The...

Some of Us

By Bryan Haze Some of us, we don't count the years We count the moments Some of us, we don't count the tears They are far too manySome...

Ode to Dance

By Denise Marsh It wasn't just a dance It was a movement Quick as the wind. Wild as fire. Cool as a soft breeze. And a joy that transcended The heavens. Arms...

She Walks in Beauty

She Walks in Beauty By Lord Byron She walks in beauty, like the nightOf cloudless climes and starry skies;And all that’s best of dark and brightMeet...

The “Creak” in Your Soul

By Denise Marsh Be still. Be quiet. Focus And listen. For the "creak" in your soul. It is the Opening of one door and the Closing of another.

A Holiday Message

A Holiday Message By Bryan Hayes   Joy Love Peace Family Opening Presents Nostalgic  Connection IIII IIII Tis, the season and the reasons are many For some, they receive little For others, they receive plenty Tis, the season and the reasons are...


Thanksgiving BY Robert Nichols Amazement fills my heart to-night, Amaze and awful fears; I am a ship that sees no light, But blindly onward steers. Flung toward heaven’s toppling rage, Sunk...

Youth Dew

“YOUTH DEW” A poem by Patti Thomas I sifted through my mother’s things: Her knick-knacks, letters, her sapphire ring, The scarves she wore with fashion flair, the...

The Haunted Palace

The Haunted Palace BY EDGAR ALLAN POE In the greenest of our valleys By good angels tenanted, Once a fair and stately palace— Radiant palace—reared its head. In the monarch Thought’s...


Candy By Denise Marsh "Take my hand" You pleaded Yelled... Your voice Strong Certain Soothing I squinted... Hesitation Disbelief Jaded heart So darn dark... And ... I could feel The grip The undertow The confines of life Pulling me Into its quick sand. Little time To...