Category Archives: Guests
By Dawn Kennedy Eyeballs in my feet I see what’s on the ground I wasn’t made wrong I was made round I hope you see no faults With my tongue on my arm And my ears on my elbows And … Continue reading
I love this poem. It is one of my top 3 favorites. “Sonnet 17”, “Ode and Burgeonings”, and “And Because Love Battles” are three of Pablo Neruda’s greatest. Technically, I believe, “And Because Love Battles” makes up the 6th of … Continue reading
This is a guest post by friend and writer Adrain Scully. The words and the views are his, and I felt they merited some thought and some discussion. I wholeheartedly, as a woman, support every idea outlined here.
A very accomplished acquaintance, Jessica, won honorable mention in the 2013 Thompson Awards for Western American Writing for the following poem. I appreciated it a lot linguistically, it’s a very fun read and if you’re familiar with Old West lingo, it’s even better. Enjoy! Continue reading