Poetry

Poetry

Poem: Happiness Sappiness

Happiness Sappiness Take love (for example) No, I cannot love (it burns) So I write poems instead (sappiness) So I cry from my window (a troubadour) Yes, I am on an abandoned continent (emptiness) Call it my dark fate (a refusal to live?) But I can see lights on the […]

Arts & Culture, Poetry

POEM: Adam Tripp

Misplaced pieces There is not A single thing about a person That is easily understood Humans are intricate, each unique Made up of endless puzzle pieces Forming this elaborate design of being Whatever powers may be They don’t create us as completed works We spend our lives scrambling to put […]

Arts & Culture, Poetry

Poems by Adam Maue

Poems by Adam Maue For me, summer is a time for travel. Two of these poems are inspired by my summers traveling across Canada, specifically seeing British Columbia’s mountains and spending time in the Okanagan Valley’s rich vineyards. Also, “letter to the editor” is a character piece about a newsworthy […]