Monthly Archives: July 2019


by Abbey Khambule The tide grows. A charm of firefinches flies over the promontory, breaks open and tumbles on the wind like roller pigeons; retreats inland, fleeing the ribboning tongue of the sun setting in the ocean. I imagine it

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Two Poems by Rick Neale

leopard trees time. mountains in context have shadows and this is your clue. we saw the structure of them exposed that afternoon, walking too slow for any kind of chronological displacement, thank god. but the seams of rock jutted out

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Deep Waters

by Chestlyn Draghoender Sometimes when I think of you my body trembles; not with fear or shame but with anger. Sometimes when we speak of you, I cannot fathom how a man can be so cruel – your face too

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