Posts tagged ‘reading’

The Final Feast

  Written by K. Hartless   “Here it is, travelers. The last glacier in existence.” The boatload of visitors looked up to see a weathered face,…

Alleyway Ghosts

  Written by George Gad Economou   every night dissipating in crepuscular, tiny rooms there to vanish into the words and works of those that lived…

A Long Waltz

  Written by Alice Luka   Let’s waltz until we’re old, to a beat no one knows- I’ll bet you’ve been told , My dreams entail…

Sing

  Written by Giselle Beaufort @ Becoming a Widow After Suicide   My garden is a symphony harmonizing with the bees Composer and conductor air moving through…

Callejero

  Written by   J H Martin @ A Coat for a Monkey   Fortunately   That does not Happen here   I am One man Walking…

Homicidal Wishes

  Written by George Gad Economou   “don’t tell me,” Dave bawled with fury painting his trembling voice, “you wouldn’t “kill all these motherfuckers, if you…

Soldiers

  Written by Alice Luka   I stand before the entrance to my mother’s grave, several tombstones, lined up like soldier’s before hers-   I fear…

Those First Nights

  Written by   George Gad Economou   always inconspicuous nights, talking about Auden, sometimes Dylan, Buk, Faulkner, Hem… the great drinkers—and brilliant writers—instead of those that…

Pellets

  Written by Ellie Onka   Snow white father pellets of god to flower I blame this kiss of death, and the earth was a first…

Karma

  Written by Alice Luka   Sweetest, tranquility- I rest in the beauty, of your blanketed field of Slumber   No one knows what to do,…

Life Spell

  Written by   J H Martin @ A Coat for a Monkey   Drum Incantation   A breath And the space   Magic How this life…

What Nourishes You?

  Written by Janice Schroeder   There is more to nourishment than just eating food for survival. There are different kinds of nourishment. There is body…

A Tiny Voice

  Written by Luvgood Carp   Yes, of course, we, too, care about a neglected rose struggling to survive among the scattered bricks of a crumbling house,…

Neon Lights

  Written by George Gad Economou   a flashing neon sign of a martini glass attracts the right kind of people, the ones that need a drink,…

Another Way

  Written by Rae Cod     In shrouds of black, scythe held high, manner firm, but kind and wise He goes about his business, collecting souls…

Death Of The Heart

  Written by  Mark Ryan   Through hollowed tears that paint the walls. Cries a thought, uttered more in lament than desperation. The lights fading. A…

Miracles

  Written by Mark Ryan   A Splinter in the soul, the hidden fractures of the heart. Allowing the pain of the world to seep in. Engulfing…

When We Fought

  Written by George Gad Economou   we were like two rabid werewolves high on too much; screaming, screeching, clawing, scratching, cursing…it never lasted.   we…

Hugh Crain

  Written by Kevin Patrick McCann     He never drags a shadow Or notices the sun, Always maintains an even pace, Never been known to run.…

Anxiety

  Written by Marie Mcleod   Goodbye…. Shaky hands, I know you are there. Heart pumping, you are not who I am. Shorter breaths, I accept…

The Woods

  Written by Linda Owen   GOING TO THE WOODS I need to get out but it’s got to be to the woods I need up-liftment I need…

PAREIDOLIA

  Written by Annika Holland-Tierney   Face to meet the faces draped from well-spaced tufts below the surface means “pattern of behavior” Subtle effects clutter also many…

Sergeant Salvation

  Written by Luvgood Carp   Clearly, I suppose, the poor have difficulties but they push a dumpster full of desperation and disease – wasting their…

These Lungs

  Written by Latifa Alkhanjary   They keep saying, this won’t last forever, But the four walls that I inhabit now mark the four corners of my…

Record

  Written by J H Martin @ A Coat for a Monkey   I have only got one And I never set one   Record   My…

DCXVIII

Sitting in recliner Hand holding up my head Just read a couple more pages Before I go to bed  * Find More Poetry HERE   BACK TO …

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Long Live The Books

  Documentary Photographer David Katzenstein is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of these photographs.  These images are from his project ‘On Reading‘.  To see David’s collections…