by Carmen Fought
When I listen for your heart / I listen with my hands, / I listen with a hand on your chest
by B.A. Van Sise
I like the South. It’s America’s side porch: a great place to hang out, watch the world go by, stay dry when a rainstorm hits as you watch and whisper we needed this.
by Stephen Parrish
One of the most effective ways to sell a commodity is to sandwich it between something expensive and something ugly. (read more)
by Laura Ruby
People ask how I feel these days but / my tongue is both too sharp and too tender.
by Chris Atkin
If I ever have a daughter I hope she knows / that even though her father’s bones / are made of mountains, in these hands / she will find nothing but softness