“In A Southern City” and other poems by Margarita Serafimova

Brilliantly dark, beak shining golden in the noon — an ornament of an Egyptian god, the Eleonora falcon in flight is manifesting above the incandescently brown island what it means to be a prince in whom time is.   That Which Is Coming Is Unknown On a dark September dawn, in my head, I was [...]

“Thin Places” and other poems by Eithne Lannon

Thin Places The wild meadow weave, the strand, places of late summer, autumn, a stone skimming water, suspended in air, its slow motion glide punctuated by the drop, touch, rise of a ghostly presence, this wary hesitation between water and stone, mysterious as the rift between music notes in air, unsettling the familiar light which [...]

‘sunday DARTS and my phone’s dead’ and other poems by Alicia Byrne Keane

‘sunday DARTS and my phone’s dead’ and other poems by Alicia Byrne Keane

sassy ghost sometimes I’m startled by how perfectly my boots land when I take them off in poses too outrageous to plan like a dandy has strode into the room and is posturing, invisible, in my boots i can’t draw shoes it makes me restless   (the art room of my school    with its swelling [...]

‘Hinnerup’ and other poems by Jess Mc Kinney

‘Hinnerup’ and other poems by Jess Mc Kinney

*dint It Began as most things do moist things do everything everything berry stained mouth beer stickied floor & blood bloom undies you ‘don’t mind’ and sure I could probably get into you I only ever feel the bubbles on impact during I’m somewhere else the sun was a hot coal in the sky seeing [...]

‘At the door’ and other poems by Eva Griffin

‘At the door’ and other poems by Eva Griffin

Are you feeling this? My desire is holding you in its mouth shaking like a dog toy amputated to fit my mould. Regularly, I confuse excitement for affection in a slow, crowded elevator where a whisper of white buttoned shirts is the scream of a night sky in my head, close as a shoulder brush. [...]