23
Nov

Sugarcane

Mone D. Moore   Raw and unrefined Dark and sumptuous fruit. He is the Floridian Summer, Balmy and unforgiving in his touch. He: the scorching pavement; And I: a drop… Sugarcane

22
Nov

Golden Grass

Jen L. Steward   Entangled fingers, gliding through Fields of golden grass. Fistfuls leaving patches, Exposing the scorched, cracked dirt. No amount of fertilizer could ever Reverse the damage. There… Golden Grass

16
Nov

Defy

Tara L. Hogue   Defying gravity, Had never crossed my mind, Until I was taken up into the sky, I came across a light, One that I had been searching… Defy

15
Nov

Spring

Mone D. Moore   Her name was Spring, But she felt like Winter— Shivering leaves and biting wind. I thought I could save her with my love, Thought I could… Spring

15
Nov

Rhythm

Tiffany A. Ko   There is a reason why she has no rhythm until the very end. Her story is full of poetics. They mesh and collide, Push and pull… Rhythm

07
Nov

hide

Shawna Thomas   Cheeks swollen and rosy with blood Hair full of grey and hope that the debt was paid The bus she rode sat still and the sidewalk he walked… hide