Category Archives: Poetry

The Purge

The time comes, but I suppose it’s different
for everyone. To get rid of what I thought would matter.
A red sweater, smelling too much like me and
not enough like you…

A Poem by Daniel Lavender

“On a Plate” The Where and the Why. Protostars become Black Holes. Sandcastles Die. Paradise and Volcanoes. The words you’ll never Hear. Arguments reflect String Theory. The days yet to…

A Poem by Dorine Jennette

What to Say 1. Wagon is the worst word, for it carts what we call the “remains.” Red heels over the side like an enthusiasm of corn. The scene of…