In the vivid "After Portugal", the simple act of doing a load of laundry after returning home from time abroad brings back moonlit memories
In the hushed lines of Christopher James' Cider, memories, and dreams, we are brought along with the narrator as he wanders an overgrown family orchard, remembers the past, and ponders the future.
Brandon McQuade's poem, 'Two Whiskies', is a melancholy narrative of the author's dream of a late friend.
'We all age. We all die. We all should keep trying to rise to the sunlight. Saplings will learn from this determined climb.'