A Foggy Night

by Anthony Salandy There was something about that nightWhere trees grew blurry in the mistOf an arising autumn so mysticYet so seemingly clear at the same time- Because on that foggy nightThe moon could be seen far and wideAs if presiding over the danceOf clouds oh so near to the ground, And as the darkened skies … Continue reading A Foggy Night

Tipping Point

by Lauren Bender I bled outduring the night. A small wound.I don’t know why. I woke to find mybody drained, a bit dizzy.Must have been midnight when I hit empty,a man rattling my doorknob backand forth slow, quiet, angryat its lock. Must have been thatwicked moment when the oven clicked on,thinking about itself, and the … Continue reading Tipping Point