T.I., an incarcerated poet, brutally writes about one of the many nuanced pains of being behind bars as a young adult. His unique diction makes for a heartbreaking read.
Madeleine Quirk beautifully captures the essence of a woman in Varadero. Her unique use of imagery creates a reflection that will resonate with you.
Gabriel T. Clément explores modern Buddhism and its interactions with society, in Om mani padme hum.
In “Liebchen” and “Noor”, Armaan Bamzai creates lyrical narratives constructed from folk lore and his own personal experience and homeland.
In this piece, Delany Burk explores fires and the devastating landscapes and after effects of them.
In “The Sky Apnea Collection”, Ariel Serene uniquely paints picturesque scenes of nature. Her surprising terminology creates a masterful description.
In “Baptized in Fire” Cole Kissam contemplates the self through religion and music.
In “Solitude”, Lu Yuan uses images of nature to explore the solitude of the self.
In “Dinner” and “Blue,” Asha Marie uses powerful imagery to explore family and the self.
Lily Sickles provides the reader a rush of images and movements centered around the word “Akimbo.”