Medieval Castle

Brandon Marlon We roam corridors, chambers, caracoles, grand halls,mindful of creaking floorboards, touching the targes,drawn to the burnished armature donned by paladinsof yesteryear, gaping aslant at the ornate paramentadorning the wall, […]

Raking leaves

Cheryl Caesar Raking leaves is an exercise in the good-enough. You will never get them all. You come to prizethe strong, steady stroke of the rake,the appropriate armful that you […]

And the Beat Goes On

David Estringel Dropping from the air upon ears like paper blotters on willing tongues,raging at the bloodlessness of cardboard cutouts against a shrinking sky,through psychedelic lenseslet me seeeee, let me […]