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POEMS BY MAX REIF: Me and the Moon and the Sycamore Tree, The Trance of Beauty

POEMS BY MAX REIF: Me and the Moon and the Sycamore Tree, The Trance of Beauty

Me and the Moon and the Sycamore Tree I’ll tell you a tale of a sweet memory from a time in my life I felt lonely. The building...
February 5, 2016 × 0 comments

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POEMS BY SARAH ESCUE: After Meditating in the Forest, The Sacred Fig Tree, A Haiku, I Bloom Like the Ginger Root

POEMS BY SARAH ESCUE: After Meditating in the Forest, The Sacred Fig Tree, A Haiku, I Bloom Like the Ginger Root

After Meditating in the Forest Doi Suthep-Pui National Park   A wind filters through me, my lungs swell, unswell—.   Buried...
January 30, 2016 × 0 comments

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POEMS BY RYAN WARREN: How to Feed Your Silence, Puddles, Eviction

POEMS BY RYAN WARREN: How to Feed Your Silence, Puddles, Eviction

How to Feed Your Silence First, know this: it will hide. It is skittish, fragile, wide eyes peering from your darkest wood, feeding...
January 14, 2016 × 1 comment

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"Rainbow Woman and Narcissus"

POEMS BY MAX REIF: Art, Driven to Abstraction

“Protection of Rainbow Woman” Art Art was a gift sent to the bottom of a pit, a pit like Joseph’s. It was survival, it...
December 11, 2015 × 1 comment

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POEMS BY WENDY E. SLATER: I May Need to Change Seats, What Would It Be Like, I Do Know the Despair

POEMS BY WENDY E. SLATER: I May Need to Change Seats, What Would It Be Like, I Do Know the Despair

Excerpted from Into the Hearth by alternative healer Wendy E. Slater, who was inspired to produce a plethora of poems after experiencing...
November 28, 2015 × 0 comments

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POEMS BY STEPHANIE NOBLE: Bondage, Inner Weather, No Thread Left Unwoven

POEMS BY STEPHANIE NOBLE: Bondage, Inner Weather, No Thread Left Unwoven

Bondage “What holds you in bondage?” The dharma question insinuates itself into my thoughts for weeks. I hadn’t thought...
November 8, 2015 × 1 comment

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POEMS BY ERICA STEINWEG: You Never Really Leave the Labyrinth, New, Amen

POEMS BY ERICA STEINWEG: You Never Really Leave the Labyrinth, New, Amen

You Never Really Leave the Labyrinth Step outside its sacred stones, and the ancient way slides back underfoot, tracing its twisted...
November 6, 2015 × 1 comment

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Poems by Tihana Skoric: I Cannot, A Love Denied

Poems by Tihana Skoric: I Cannot, A Love Denied

I Cannot I cannot cross over sunken flowers gently, Rough is my gentle touch. Heavy imprints do my weak legs leave on worn autumn...
October 12, 2015 × 0 comments

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POEMS BY MAX REIF: A Greeting for the Day, Wonders Await You Inside This Tent, Sooner or Later, Blank Page, Another Nature Poem

POEMS BY MAX REIF: A Greeting for the Day, Wonders Await You Inside This Tent, Sooner or Later, Blank Page, Another Nature Poem

A Greeting for the Day Good morning, new day! Through the birds you relay news that makes me smile. I open our door— your fresh...
September 15, 2015 × 1 comment