Words

Words

By Rebecca Pepper   As far back as extends the human brain, Did words by virtue of themselves enchant, Aligned, symmetric, synchronized refrain, A verbal song, humanity’s descant. For lightning does not flash but coruscate, And water washes, swishes, swirls, and...
WWI Museum

WWI Museum

By Cainon Leeds   I was twenty-four, my friend, and getting married; we had no idea what we were getting ourselves into when we passed over the field of poppies that said, “We are the numbers to end all numbers. You can try, but you cannot count us away.” And we...
Exodus

Exodus

By K. A. Grey   Here I stand amid the ruins, Here I seek for answers Through thoughts riddled in confusion, The chaos clinking together Like iron fetters. My very thoughts are ringing, Forged in silence, chain by chain. Release me, for I am bound.   Here the desolate...
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