Love’s Labors Lost – Christine E. Ray

she had moved many times in her life not unexpectedly some belongings became lost were left behind inadvertently or on purpose when they caused her pain didn’t fit her life anymore couldn’t be squeezed into the overstuffed car before making her escape boxes had been ruined in a basement flood flotsam and jetsam from her … Continue reading Love’s Labors Lost – Christine E. Ray

Guest Barista: I’ve Loved You Many Times Before – Mathew/Blog of the Wolf Boy

Our love, it comes and goes, it seems, As if I’m living in a dream. In one moment, we’re on fire And in the next, Simply embers, Of all our past desires. ~ There’s a space in my heart, Reserved for you. When you’d left, love laid bare. When you’d near, love accrued. If I … Continue reading Guest Barista: I’ve Loved You Many Times Before – Mathew/Blog of the Wolf Boy

Throwback Friday – hummingbirds by Phillip Knight Scott

the wind blew inbutterflieswith a cold breeze while leavesleft me longingFor a release fromthe crunch of death underfootAnd then you put yourarmaround me and spring returnedwith the songof hummingbirds humminga silly love song. Phillip Knight Scott | © 2019 Phillip Knight Scott is a native of Durham, North Carolina, where he lives and writes poetry. … Continue reading Throwback Friday – hummingbirds by Phillip Knight Scott