A trip through the Provincetown dunes in Cape Cod sparks memories of a father’s final days in Marc Frazier’s poem
I was hospitalized with a serious disease, but apparently, I had bigger problems.
In this timely poem, U.S. Army veteran Dwight Gray offers a stateside soldier’s take on xenophobia.
Karen Paul Holmes’s poem captures the tension between desire and distaste.
Sometimes the simplest memories can be the most powerful. Chris Wiewiora shares a story from his childhood in Warsaw, Poland.
“If you don’t deal with your emotions, one day your emotions are going to deal with you.” ~ J. Ivy
Steve Garrett writes about the healing that can come through listening.
Pepper Trail’s poem is a striking meditation on the impermanence of the interrelated natural and human worlds.
Peter LaBerge’s poem resonates painfully with the Orlando shooting and with the broader culture of LGBTQ victimization which enabled it.