In a torrent, Mother Nature was furious. Murderers axes and trees in pieces, all the fluency of its rivers, condemned to waste all the purified smell of… Read more “Mother Earth and the Sacrificed Territories, by Cristiane Viera de Farias”
Night has come. The wind sends a chill through the air The moon casts deep shadows as The darkness creeps as close as it dares Look there.… Read more “Nature’s Warm Embrace by Eirlys Chui”
“It was no damned accident! They killed my daughter.” The woman who interrupted was dressed in rich reds and oranges, colours echoed in her hair and in… Read more “Excerpt from Summer’s Time, by L.N Hunter”
A forest without life is like the sun without rays. A sea without waves. But how I want to see you green again. My heart will then… Read more “Cry to the Forest, by Mary Anne Zammit”
Shepherd’s warning lifts above the horizon, spreading rose shadows over the deserted mound. In their long home. beneath frosted grass the dead shift hollow bones. Sand trickles… Read more “Burial Mound, by Diane Jackman”
Entombed in your nest, casualties of human error. I still hear your screams. -Read more of April Pitts’s poetry here.
She learned to fly in the snow on a first Southern day the old man fell and made the tears in those baby eyes with this accomplice… Read more “Making Angels, by Fabrice B. Poussin”