Ms. Aligned by J. Garland Wells [Poetry]

Ms. Aligned by J. Garland Wells Red and White… Like a clown she puts on her Amanita Mascaria To shrink Freud’s flaws and Take to the rinks of a psychedelic fairy tale If Sade had first cut. The brightest colors against The smog and turmoil, she Can breathe and dwell and Allow a moment of dementia. One tit is bigger than the other, Or so … Continue reading Ms. Aligned by J. Garland Wells [Poetry]

A Poem by Wulf James, a Non Binary Photographer & Poet

Wulf James, nonbinary journalist from Oklahoma Collection if all good stories are told around a campfire, then let me build one in your bones. we can use the pit in your stomach where you tell me you keep all the dark things and butterflies pinned to the wall, an exhibition of all the faded loves mounted and sealed behind glass, where they can’t hurt you … Continue reading A Poem by Wulf James, a Non Binary Photographer & Poet

Perpetual Slaying: daughter, sister, & friend (An Epitaph) by Basil Soper [Graphic Content]

Perpetual Slaying: daughter, sister, & friend (An Epitaph) Basil Soper the surly mug of slaughter is crocodile tears dripping from men’s wounds, the look death gives is drunk on cheap beer, & the thick accent of violence is invisible until we’re screaming he was an ace bandage, shredding skin after it’s turned concrete from sweat, & a scar each one of us carries now he … Continue reading Perpetual Slaying: daughter, sister, & friend (An Epitaph) by Basil Soper [Graphic Content]

Jeff van Reen Shares Emotional Poem About Gender Dysphoria

A Poem by Jeff van Reen, The Netherlands When I look in the mirror the image feels so unalike As do the words muttered at me Echoes calling me a dyke When I see my reflection in other people’s eyes I see how they see me I’m not one of the guys My dysphoric paranoia is getting on my nerves I could never break the … Continue reading Jeff van Reen Shares Emotional Poem About Gender Dysphoria

Poet-Luis Valdes has an Inspirational Story of Overcoming Obstacles

Paradise by Luis Valdes The Scars of my soul bleed every time when my heart pumps blood. Love, I did not know that word growing up. The baggage of my past shackle my mind with PTSD The bond between a mother and a son is sacred My mother was kill by her boyfriend when I was 10 years old. Bricks and stones did broke her … Continue reading Poet-Luis Valdes has an Inspirational Story of Overcoming Obstacles

A Collection of Short Poems & Haiku’s by Melissa T. Longo

Dear My Love: Laugh, my love but not unkindly for I know, you are a soul worthy of happiness At times, I sense, I hear, a sigh that you’re unwinding, Weaving the thoughts from within, time to move onwards! Swiss Army Heart: The Swiss of my Heart Knife through the Gut Sharp Tattooed on my timeless Tongue How tough, rough It out Wow Slow Down, … Continue reading A Collection of Short Poems & Haiku’s by Melissa T. Longo

“The Pulse” by 18 Year Old Poet John Bernabe Mendoza Ignalagin

The Pulse by John Bernabe Mendoza Ignalagin the love of one who is enchanted captivated and incarcerated of that wonderful feeling and I’m nowhere to go actually, I don’t want to go and I’ll never let go to prove what I’ve said is true look and see what’s inside my heart First… let me have the privilege to tell you something something about love love … Continue reading “The Pulse” by 18 Year Old Poet John Bernabe Mendoza Ignalagin

Silver Linings, A Poem by Leo J. Elliott

Silver Linings – Leo J. Elliott i’m lining my pockets with silver linings slowly learning to love milky way’s timing so i don’t cry over spilt stars i can’t get rid of the dark i always knew from the start it’s not how it seems life is but a dream catch me climbing the highest peaks snatching every cloud i see Leo J. Elliott Author … Continue reading Silver Linings, A Poem by Leo J. Elliott

“Child-Lock Hunger in Laxative Bottles” A Poem by 17yo Aly Bishop

Child-Lock Hunger in Laxative Bottles by Aly Bishop I draw smoke from stolen cigarettes Hunger tugs me backwards by the hair Until my neck angles ninety degrees Ladder bones clinking like porcelain coffee cups I cake my lungs in soot As polluted breaths dripping sand inhale Ripping my teeth with friction The air hiccups into my lungs as Urges for consumption Stop hitting like fireplace … Continue reading “Child-Lock Hunger in Laxative Bottles” A Poem by 17yo Aly Bishop