a shower of glass
from the window
above us. … More Rain by Meghan Bennett
BEEP. BEEP. BEEP.
The alarm goes off.
She is groggy and can’t stop yawning.
She slowly moves her cold fingers to hit the snooze button.
Five MORE minutes. … More Life With Coffee by Christina Marini
It seems like we’re always saying “sorry.” … More A Few Thoughts on Apologies by Elise LeMassena
Birds brown, green, and blue,
Feathers with iridescent hue,
Strutting every which way for attention,
Flaunting tails as convention,
Peacocks parading about
A similar appearance I am without. … More Harmony by Kristine Jordan
White empty pages
one after another.
Bound together and secured with a cover,
but inside they are empty.
Lacking meaning, depth, substance.
They reason, beckon, even plead with you.
Give them the attention they crave.
Yes, you, the artist. … More Blank Page by Courtney Dodge
The smallest things took our breath away;
sweet, sensory, and stunning.
They stick with me right to this day
and keep the memories coming.
… More The Smallest Things by Satish Reginald
you hold the book in your hands,
the book you’ve drawn in for years.
but it’s not a sketchbook at all.
it’s a diary. it’s what keeps you alive. … More lifeblood by Lauren Tavares