Microwork – I Am Afraid

I am afraid of writing new poems, because My older, stronger poems might gang up To push these weedy weaklings off the page Those words that are too young to speak for themselves Kerry Kidd is a keen walker, reader and traveller. She finds micropoems are a delicate verbal photograph with which to capture life’s…

Microwork – Less is More

“Less is more,” said the eagle, sky high. A bellyful of food grazed below, Pinsized. He dropped. It grew fat, then disappeared. Kerry Kidd is a keen walker, reader and traveller. She finds micropoems are a delicate verbal photograph with which to capture life’s changing perspectives.

The Little Things – Story Teller

Story Teller if I could say what was in my heart I would fill the night with stars writing stories across the sky Ann Christine Tabaka has been nominated for the Pushcart Prize in Poetry, has been internationally published, and won poetry awards from numerous publications. She lives in Delaware, USA.  She loves gardening and…

The Little Things – Muted Age

Muted Age the boisterous rumbling of a kitten all too soon becomes the muted purr of old age Ann Christine Tabaka has been nominated for the Pushcart Prize in Poetry, has been internationally published, and won poetry awards from numerous publications. She lives in Delaware, USA.  She loves gardening and cooking.  Chris lives with her…

The Little Things – Inquiries from the Internet

Artistic Statement: The following poems were created using google search auto-complete. The title is the search term. Of the many results that came up, I chose the 4 that I liked best and put them in an order I found beautiful.   If Today Is The Day If today is the day If today is…

Microwork – My Mother’s Shadow

My Mother’s Shadow My mother says the Main Line like it means something To someone other than herself, or maybe That’s just me; I Don’t speak the language of the past Evelyn Benvie is a queer writer who’s just trying to get by, pay the bills, and find time to work on that novel. (You…

Microwork – Notes On My Typewriter

Notes On My Typewriter My typewriter jams every time I try to compose the words that are inside my chest, the only words you have not yet managed to take. It’s summer, brilliantly blue skies and hot sun that makes my skin feel like it’s peeling and while everyone else is outside, soaking up this…

Microwork – Leftovers

Leftovers A day over we had already grown stale . . . Even though, your words turned to salt, your kisses remained sweet. Lyn Patterson is a poet and flash fiction writer originally from Seattle, Washington. She has lived all over the east coast and currently travels while teaching online courses to aspiring reading teachers. She is…

Microwork – The Art of Non-Verbal Nuance

the art of non-verbal nuance the world is noisy as your neurons fade, but I hear you, anyway—louder than a ship’s blow in a fog-storm. I will never stop-               listening. Jennifer Wolkin is health and neuro psychologist, speaker, mental health advocate, and mindfulness-meditation practitioner.  She just started her…

Microwork – Genetics

Genetics She walked graciously through landmines, set by genetics, no control over ancestral bad blood which predestined her to walk amongst angels  Zee Mink-Fuller writes from a farmhouse loft on rural acreage in Texas.  She has been published in magazines, journals, anthologies, a calendar, a theatre presentation and others.  She retired recently from the world…