Monthly Archives: October 2017

Byron Beynon

CAPE TRIBULATION We witnessed the rare and tropical rainforest as it nears the waterline, the movement of an endangered creature that stirs from hiding to drink. Creeks inhabited by crocodiles, the cable ferry slips cautiously over the face of the … Continue reading

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Roddie McKenzie

Evening Sailing From Mumbai To the passengers on their home-bound train we are a constellation of lights in a sharp, dark silhouette. A moving island, that slips into the tidal dusk sweeping into Back Bay from the interstellar blackness of the … Continue reading

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Kathy Gee

Last Laugh So, Kathy, let me introduce myself. We’ve never met, and I admit I’ve left it rather late, but you should know me now. Remember how I once put off our meeting in the arid deserts of Peru? And … Continue reading

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Colin Crewdson

Sholto’s lament Aroma is everywhere, a beckoning air scented with a matrix of blends, he searches in the bogs where the pheromones are strong, the pull of the air sweetened by sea, he searches in the density and clothness of … Continue reading

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Rachel Carney

Growing into Myself Yesterday, a small green bud sprouted behind my left ear. Today it began to unfurl, curling out of itself, reaching for the light. Tomorrow it will become a perfect leaf – veins leading down into my core, … Continue reading

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Eileen Murphy

Caravan I dream about my house of antique stuff, my sagging sofa, bookshelves caving in; then you pull up your caravan of love, with furniture in mountains, moving in. You don’t arrange or paint my living room; at first, you … Continue reading

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