Month: October 2016

The Halloween Baby – A Poem

* For Bev, who brings joy. Happy Early Birthday! When you were born, the witches gathered around you in the darkness. They were shrouded by shadow and the clothes they wore helped them blend like smoke into the night. Each of them looked down…

Move Forward Into Story – A Poem

I’m standing in front of a blank canvass. It beckons me forward and I feel a tingling in my fingertips as they itch for a wand to channel creativity through. I look down and expect to see a brush dripping with paint or a…

Not Just for Christmas by Alex Brown – A Book Review

Kitty Clarke has been in mourning for four years. Ever since she lost her husband Ed, she’s been mourning him. She’s found solace in running The Spotted Pig Café in Tindledale and in her daughter Teddie. The pain has gotten easier to deal with…

Wish Cloud – A Poem

I would have missed you if I had not turned my head. I had not seen you in seven years. You had not changed much, except for your eyes. They were filled with ice when they took me in. Your face was creased in…

The Reality of Dreaming – A Poem

For as long as I’ve known you, I’ve felt like I was living inside a dream. As if everything that I had with you was too good to be true. I was holding on to the dream, living within it, enjoying every moment that…

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