Enter our April contest, "April Showers!"
Check out this new work!
Reflect on the symbolism of rain showers in Amber Wenttang's poem "Drop and Pop."
Drop and Pop
Showers in the city, cold and dark droplets fall,
The umbrella’s closed tight at my side, though.
My favorite shoes, my most beloved heels, are drenched
While a stray gives a friendly greeting from his refuge...
Emily Reed's short story "Observations" shows how rain can change a life.
When I turned my head to look down the street, all I could see was a purple polka dotted raincoat. The young girl in the raincoat came into view; her bouncing curls and chunky rubber boots clunked on the damp asphalt as she skipped. Her gaze was transfixed on my dog and it was clear that her intent was to pet the wet furball...
Take a look at Natalie Rebetsky's rain-driven photograph, "Meditation on Spring."
A song is a beat to march to in Isabella Anderson's poem "March."
Heel to toe,
Right to left...
March Contest Winners
Marksman by Allie Hudson
Dear Humanity, Love War by Anna Bennett
The Beat by Jon Massey
February Contest Winners
The Thread by Jon Massey
I Got Upon the Train by Caroline Borleis
It's Cruel Sometimes by Emily Reed
Photograph by Kim Siguenza
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