Photo and a Poem: April 6, 2018

April 6, 2018 Photo by Jane Paradise Traveler A Poem by Jack Wesdorp Easter morning, April Fool’s Day. This old guy in a John Deere cap parks at the pump, I heard him say, “Fill’er up, son, my rattletrap needs to get fed, and so do I. Can I buy some...

Photo and a Poem: March 30, 2018

March 30, 2018 Photo by Chris Steckel Thursday A Poem by Chris Steckel The raft is equipped With a wind-driven spinner Red metal fish At each end Representing the plan – A mobile of motion An air wall if you will – No more ducks No more gulls On the raft...

Photo and a Poem: March 23, 2018

March 23, 2018 Photo by Stephen Borkowski Change – Change Makes Us Change A Poem by Jan Kelly The new moon A slim golden crescent So precise in all its rounded attributes Spiked to crescent form How can you balance In the frigid sky So far away So slim, just...