September 1, 2016

Poet’s Corner: White Sky

By a Bolton Hill Neighbor, June 14, 2015, 9 am pressing down leaning on unwary humans in the “orange” air. I dash to the trash with a banana peel and turn my face up slowly breathing […]
January 29, 2016


By Nell O’Hara Rub together my hands, Take a deep breath, Watching me are all my friends, Flash a smile. Up goes my wrist, Gently toss it down, It plows through the mist, It is almost […]
December 31, 2015

Poet’s Corner

Fireworks A poem by Nell O’Hara Sparks fly, Aimlessly throwing shapes into the sky. Every color, Beauty no viewer can deny. Red, A spiral spins into the night. Green Throws a star out of sight. Blue, […]
September 1, 2015


Re-collecting By Peter Van Buren Beads of thought connect, memories swirl, align to rework life’s necklace. 2014 By Jean Lee Cole Summer’s last breath Settles over the city — Teeth on edge.
August 1, 2015

Little Wildrose

By Nell O’Hara Majestic wings, Twirling at the tips, At the end sort of drips. A bright sort of glow, Hue, aura, You know. An unusual sparkle, Unable to match, Yes, she’s a good catch. But […]
July 1, 2015


By Nell O’Hara I can’t distract my eyes, From the cake over there, It was supposed to be a surprise, But do you think I care? It’s pink, frilly icing, Three stories tall, I can’t wait […]