Author Archives: GINAMC

Jet Lag

by J. Tarwood

Slowly sandy-eyed,
I wait out mist
rising in my head:

Time left behind
is after me still.

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Overture

by Meredith MacLeod Davidson

As a solo violist, I rued the overt.
I faked it in performance.
I told my grandmother
(a woman who paid for two
degrees in music education)
I faked it in performance.

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Black and White Photograph

by John Tustin

I see the moment in my mind
As if I was not a participant but witnessed it –
Like an old black and white photograph
Of two people in a single speck of time
That has defined their entire lives to a stranger.

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Shades

by Nathan D. Metz

Between blue
and purple, how

many little kingdoms
fold and unfold?

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Ritual

by Simon Anton Niño Diego Baena

As the fire spreads,
the only thing that is left on the pages
are scorched words.

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