POETRY

 

Welcome to the summer poetry issue! Remember the saying, “pretty is as pretty does?” Well, dark is as dark does! Ooh, look at the pretty sunset . . . and then up rises a creature from the deep! Ooh, breathe in that warm summer breeze . . . and then you receive a lung-full of toxic spores.

You get my meaning . . .

Please join me in thanking this issue’s poets for sharing their work!

Until next time . . .

Your poetry editor,

Terrie Leigh Relf

 

Forbidden Haibun: Juneteenth Day by Francis W. Alexander

Inaugural by Robert Beveridge

The Wailing Cries of the Zaria Cane by Jason Brasier

Untitled by Gary Davis

Night, the Cat I Follow by Greg Tuano