poem by Nemo
The horrors of nocturnal loneliness prey on a poetic mind.
poem by Anna Westin
A short poem about neighbours.
poem by Jessica Hendy
A poem on the loss of a dear pet after twenty years.
poem by Emma Mitchell
A view seen from a moving train window on a spring day with other parts of life in motion.
poem by Anthony Cartwright
An equivocal figure seen in a park, a possible connection between it and power over forthcoming events.
poem by Gary Yeames-Smith
Meeting someone new, being excited and afraid but wanting to explore together.
poem by Nathan Dimech
Xemxija Bay is a small town in St. Paul’s Bay, Malta. Xemxija (Shem-she-ya) translates as sunny.
poem by Tony Frisby
A poem about a first place and how the memories accumulated there always linger in the mind.
poem by Ricky Gillies
Uncertainty and confusion about what it is you feel. A poem about love and lust.
poem by Connor Sansby
Sometimes, a corpse can tell stories the living cannot.