POW

by Ian McLachlan Shaking palms snap buzzing machine heart thwack of wheels shouts under red skies; in hiding. Are they born mad? We say they are born mad. They ...

Shelter

by JoeAnn Hart White caps rolled in sideways from the ocean, little waves hello from a storm tossing around in the Bahamas. A chill wind pushed a mist over Port...

Endless

by Lisa Kemmerer Activist-philosopher-professor, Dr. Lisa Kemmerer is the author/editor of nine books, including Eating Earth: Dietary Choice and Environmental ...

Requiem

by Karen Lloyd In the spring I’ll travel to the valley – a witness to the sky-dance of the last Golden Eagle, writing his own elegy across the clouds. Rig...

The Great Egret

by Karen J. Weyant This time of year, in the middle of October’s bright colors, anything white in nature seems out of place: a McDonald’s napkin, a plastic stra...