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Issue 39 Sept 2019

Fotoula Reynolds

The Sunday visits  Pretty dress on Hair tied up with Daisy pins in Leather shoes Polished and ...

5 Poems by James Walton

Modern love tales I’ll put on After the Gold Rush, Sgt Peppers, Blue how much a graph...

2 Poems from Randolph Stow Young Writers Awardee, Rosie Bogumil

THE ROADMAP My body is a roadmap,  Of white ridges, undulating hills and Curves of red, mingling with...

Slide into The DMs. By Erin Francis

FRESH FACES Hello there, may I enquire  whether or not you’d like to invest in a face? ...

Solo Spooning & Transcendence. Anni Coyne

SOLO SPOONING & TRANSCENDENCE In the whispering silences of post-midnight solitude Where ghosts of rampant angst are...

Otherwise Occupied. by Richard James Allen

OTHERWISE OCCUPIED You think I am not listening  but I am just not listening to you I...

Featured Poet, Anne Casey

AFTER MAKING LOVE WITH THE LIGHTS ON, DOORS WIDE OPEN resting my head on your shoulder...

Poetry by E.A Gleeson

This sky we share Just-built houses  stretch upwards lunging at ocean views  angling out inlanders blocking...

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