Poetry

“I love you as certain dark things are to be loved,
in secret, between the shadow and the soul.”
― Pablo Neruda, 100 Love Sonnets

Poetry is a way to pour out your emotions, thoughts, delusions, anything at all polite society would otherwise deem unacceptable. It is often considered the boundaries between the innocence of youth and the cruelties of the adult world. Its words are laced in rusted allusions, metaphors, alliterations, anything at all that the writer has fallen in love with.

Below are the poets featured in this journal:

Alixa Brobbey

April Pitts

Barbara Brooks 

Barbara Hunt

Bruce Majors

Charles Halsted 

Cristiane Viera de Farias

Diane Jackman

Edgar Allen Poe 

Eirlys Chui

Fabrice B. Poussin

James Croal Jackson

Jeffrey Zable

Jenny Keto 

John Cosmos Aller 

John Grey 

José Duarte 

Juleigh Howard-Hobson 

Julia Hones

Kate Garett 

Laurie Rosen 

Liam Crestwood 

Linda Lee Ruzicka 

Linda M. Crate 

Linda Stryker 

Maria A. Ariana 

M. Stone 

Mary Anne Zammit

Norman Klein

Paul Brookes 

Paula Campos 

Richard King Perkins II

Robbie Masso 

Sandy Hiss 

Saul Eiphel

Sudeep Adhikari

Susan Haris 

Tricia Knoll

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