A Misguided Wish by Yovanna Plummer

Once Upon a Time, There was a beautiful princess. And each day I waited under her window Believing that I could catch a glimpse of an unequivocal beauty, with one wish in my head I had thought, that maybe I can be her prince! She drew me into her mad tea-party. While...

The Rosewood Maid by Brett Bittiger

Women’s cries—and men’s—do arouse The thirsting thrush of night; Yet still she swoons, beneath queer skies, Wild eyes green, alight. With that bloody pulp, that pap of life, Naught but thrice bemoaned; Laid low by space and time and her: Life’s reticent flow. Her...

The Colors of AIDNI by Farrah Lopez

Fists full of color from the hot golden ball—pink, yellow, blue, orange, punched through the grainy white sky. The sunlight beamed and pierced through the atmosphere of Aidni. A grey skinned, barefooted child ran down, pitter-pattering on the concrete emanating heat,...

Doubts by LeeAnn Reynolds

Would you have me let the demons win? Satanic whispers tell me to let the demons in, And they are tempting, so tempting, and their eyes So full of ugly truth convince me of their lies. And if I refuse them, as I try to do They claw their way back in, and doubts they...
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