Featured Poet: Ashley Sacha

Featured Poet: Ashley Sacha

Mother’s Cookbook It was her mother’s recipe A blend of hard work, confidence, kindness As well as dash of ravishing red lipstick and a trace of Chanel no. 5 Mixed in a big theoretical pot for her daughter She was determined to give everything she wasn’t…

Featured Poet: Joseph Felkers

Featured Poet: Joseph Felkers

simple machine And if we can’t invent physics, only discover it. If every plane is named   after some outcast, man who calls himself priest, prophet, king. How can   we ever award prizes? Didn’t we say that physicists are allowed to bend   the rules?…

Featured Poet: Kim Roberts

Featured Poet: Kim Roberts

Box of Wasps Discovered in the attic, they are no less a surprise for being dead: wings like shavings of mica, forelegs bent in supplication, fat striped abdomens gone to wax behind their hourglass petioles. Had they been still living, this would be a peril, a…