Tag: poetry

  • Too Scared To Die Young by Lamont’e Lewis

    It wasn’t my choice to be born in this world to just die you know?  I cannot tell if death can come from the left or the right, but I always remain moving forward.  Moving forward while my shadow moves backward.  It’s not hard for me to cross the street looking both ways while my…

  • calloused bodies/soft souls

    calloused bodies/soft souls

    Poet: Esme Crillion Miners in a cavecovered in soot, and tearsthat staled upondad’s first lessonabout manhood,are akin to the liverthat takes a beating,which is like the loverthat couldn’t hurt a fly. A ravine run dryof water and gold,requires a manto sift with patience.These cherokee drumsand the sapfrom this old maple,which is just as thin as…

  • Buffalo Said

      Buffalo Said By Ben Weaver Once Buffalo said, Because we are not changing, the climate is. When he spokeI heard feathers brush against bellsspiraled shells turnin the sloshing wavesbreaking around my anklesso small upon the earth. Despite inherited and standardized normsinsisting the world is made up of factsrather than metamorphosesI know that I do…