Daily Walk

Daily Walk

Daily Walk a poem by RICHARD LUFTIG | Professor + Poet  So many times, we pass one another every day on the street without a word. But having a dog on the leash seems to be an open invitation to speak to other dog walkers. Every morning and late afternoon, I would...
A Portal Nearing Sixty

A Portal Nearing Sixty

A Portal Nearing Sixty poetry and photography by KELLY DuMAR | Psychotherapist + Artist There is nothing more vulnerable or vigorous than a woman coming of age. ceremony is improvised. A portal opens out of driftwood. Far out on a beach you cross a threshold...
for mary

for mary

for mary a poem by BILL HASSELBERGER | Investment Banker + Writer  I wrote this poem about my beloved wife, Mary, who tragically died two years ago, after 15 long years of suffering. Photo by Adrian Infernus SO sure i saw you yesterday in the coldest part of the...
And the Rains Came

And the Rains Came

And the Rains Came a poem by CHRISTINE TABAKA | Chemist + Poet    Photo by Greg Rakozy THE storm had passed, after raging for hours. A deluge of major proportions. Last evening the main road was a swift, moving river. Now it was up to the ankles in slimy brown mud....