Pineal by Anca Horga

Pineal by Anca Horga site: https://enpoeme.com/ Third eye raven,I heard your call.I’m the librarianWith the obsidian sword. I’ve come to protectWith my heartThe kingdomWe would build. You’ve taught me how to flyNow it’s my turnTo show the worldWhat I’m capable of. @Anca Horga Gabriela Marie Milton #1 Amazon Bestseller AuthorBooks:Woman: Splendor and Sorrow :I Love…

Summer Eden by Dawn Pisturino

Summer Eden by Dawn Pisturinosite: http://www.dawnpisturino.wordpress.com O, would the gaiety of summer last forever, I would lie content in the summer sun, Lazing away the hours in pleasant dreams, Drifting, ever drifting, into nothingness; And I would not weep for lost tomorrows Or mourn the passing of yesterdays, For blue skies are forever, Timeless, changeless,…

The sun salutes by Constance Bourg

The sun salutes After Sylvia Plath by Constance Bourgsite: constancebourg.wordpress.com The bruised knee does not ask why—It wakes up at 7 am, stilled with me where Ibreathe the air given, attempt to hold thesefragile pebbles, vibrant lamps in the dim morning light. Thesehands are moving planets, stop them from falling,and the morning sun lies like…

He replaced the darkness with sunshine by Gracyn Lea

He replaced the darkness with sunshine by Gracyn Leasite:  leasseeds.wordpress.com He was what I needed at the timeHe made me feel goodHe made me smile and laugh againHe replaced the darkness with sunshine He wasn’t intense or deeply seriousWe could just be together and have funBut after a whileFun wasn’t enoughI longed for something moreThere…

Oh Rose by Cindy Georgakas

Oh Rose by Cindy Georgakas, Monthly Contributorsite: http://www.uniquelyfit.net Love bursts openwhen your aromatic scentfills the room.   Heads turnTaking in your beauty and adornment.   You are a show stopper. Your crown delights guests,as royalty hails your name.  Chairs are pulled outand the red carpet stretchesto the entree of love. Your soft scented petalscascades the runwayof our hearts.  Oh Rose,my…

apple seeds by Jeff Flesch

apple seeds by Jeff Flesch, Monthly Contributorsite: https://jeffflesch.com/ I miss the flavor of youat dawn coming to me in dreams that fill my mindwith worried images and times, fatigued learning more from apple seedsI lean into the love that sits atop the mountain and the valleys deepwhere love lingers in the shadows and in every…

poplar seed by Jeff Flesch

poplar seed by Jeff Flesch, Monthly Contributorsite: https://jeffflesch.com/ the apple orchardlives along the shadowsof a love that lingers sometimes in the gallows of a destiny told to meonce upon a story made we a poplar seed clear and conciselike the apples we cut and slice a sprinkling of cinnamon takes twoseconds more for the answers…

Lighting a Candle by Cindy Georgakas

Lighting a Candle by Cindy Georgakas, Monthly Contributor site: https://uniquelyfitblog.com/ My feet trace shadows that turn to ash.  Crimson skies with blustery clouds of smoke Before my jaded eyes; Where birds once sang sweet lullabies to lull me off to sleep.  I wait for song to fill dark corners but even birds are afraid to chirp and fly.I can’t wait forever, so…

Saturday at MasticadoresUsa

Good morning/evening everyone. Wishing you a fabulous weekend. Gabriela Gabriela Marie Milton #1 Amazon Bestseller AuthorBooks:Woman: Splendor and Sorrow :I Love Poems and Poetic ProsePassions: Love Poems and Other Writings

The Lighthouse by Ingrid Wilson

The Lighthouse by Ingrid Wilson, Monthly Contributor site: https://experimentsinfiction.com/ Cast your long lightover the midnight waters of the Meda message in a bottlelight – like words I thought, but left unsaid. Bring me homeif I had wings, I’d fly to youbut I’ve no wingsonly a heart forever true. The distance isn’t greatand light travels so…

The night train by Virginia Mateias

The night train by Virginia Mateias, Monthly Contributorsite: https://mobile.twitter.com/mateiasvirginia The wheels of the night traingrinding your lower lipandthe flesh of people aroundhas a unique scent- yours!Your profile,sketched by alcoholis smilingso alike to the Cheshire Cat!You shall not give yourself to anyone!  You utterLife is not a one way story, I cry to the nightresplendent under…

Testify by Ingrid Wilson

Testify by Ingrid Wilson, Monthly Contributorsite: https://experimentsinfiction.com/ Testify:don’t just swallow what you seeopen your eyesraise your voicetell your story. We’re killing every creature on the earthfor fantasies of everlasting growthwe’re dying all the whilewe turn a blind eye:Will you testify? Testifyeach time you see injustice donewhat’s wrong for heris wrong for everyone:we stand to fallwho…

Ach Nein! Nine Gnari† by Timothy Price 

Ach Nein! Nine Gnari† By Timothy Price, Monthly contributorsite: https://offcenternoteven.com  We enter the Age of AquariusClawing at the cuffs of HeavenFluorine feline in the householdA clowder of kittiesInfested Nove gattiFruits of the SpiritNine worthies, three of each But who can say whichPagans, Christians, Jews? All piled togetherNaping nonagon de gnariLike the symphonies of BeethovenEach plays their…

Rosary by Francisco Bravo Cabrera

Rosary, by Francisco Bravo Cabrerasite: https://paintinginvalencia.wordpress.com/ I keep this rosary she left me in the pocket of my coat,sometimes I count the beads of citrine yellow,they never tell me much,they keep their secrets,they keep their peaceand though little they do speak,they speak the truth. To count the minutes, hours, days,to travel through the years since…

Saturday at MasticadoresUsa

Good morning everyone. Wishing you a glorious weekend. Gabriela Gabriela Marie Milton #1 Amazon Bestseller AuthorBooks:Woman: Splendor and Sorrow :I Love Poems and Poetic ProsePassions: Love Poems and Other Writings

Midnight, a lost poem! by Chandana

Midnight, a lost poem! by Chandanasite: https://twitter.com/chandanas The night wrapped in the deep blue of midnight,Uncertain in it’s wakeful slumber,Watches the witching hourAs it celebrates its nuptial vows,Lovingly like the tide loves,Passionately like the moon does. The night wrapped in the deep monotone of silence of midnight ,Listens to the rising cadence of the winds,Howling…

The Beach Aged Over Night by K.Hartless

The Beach Aged Over Night by K. Hartlesssite: khartless.com; @hartless_k From far away,the kids become silhouettes,sand crabsdigging in the surf,dried out dune grass,strangers,glimmering clumps,washed up seashells,squatters. The beach aged overnight.Scoliosis shoreline,the seagulls, wrinklesin the forehead’s thin sky,greying temples,a receding tidemark,collapsed dunes ofloose, sagging sand. I cup a few grains for a momentbefore breezesstrip them from…