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Mother Poems: Poet

Mother Poems

I wrote these Mother Poems to attempt to process my mother’s relationship with me. The major question I had as a child was: “Why does my mother hate me?”

Three Poems by Craig Barker

Three Poems by Craig Barker

Three Poems by Craig Barker: “Strained       goodbye      outside of |         a bus station         in Baltimore. | Wrote last    words on stained window |”

A Poem for Writers

– A Poem for Writers – January 15, 2018 A Poem for Writers Know that stories come from the heart, and are only fine-tuned by the mind. Know that you can weave truth into your words, and feel safe in doing so. Know that there is a separation between your writing, and yourself. Know that some days, it will take all… Read More »A Poem for Writers

Two More Poems Fire

Dragon’s Fire, Sick of Dancing

– Two More Poems by James Brandon – January 10, 2018 Dragon’s Fire It comes out of me like dragon’s fire and I want to push it just a little too far; just far enough that you’d hear me and be like “What?” and burn to a crisp.   Sick of Dancing You’re dancing on spider webs. You keep the… Read More »Dragon’s Fire, Sick of Dancing

Two Poems Two Tents

Two Poems by James Brandon

– Two Poems by James Brandon – January 2, 2018 Between Us Nothing exists, it’s right there, between the something between us   So sit down and close your eyes. Close your eyes and look up at the stars.   Something is out there in the Nothing between us   and to my tongue it tastes like your tongue.  … Read More »Two Poems by James Brandon

Turkey Vulture

Abandoned House

Abandoned House

– A Prose Poem by Kat McNichol – December 29, 2017. 

It stands blended into the natural world around it, sunk in spots where loamy earth gave way Read More »Abandoned House