Dear readers, September has been a busy month so this issue is short, sweet, and poetry-ful. We hope you enjoy! The prompt for October will be posted in a week or so (after midterms). Stay tuned, we hope you’ll join us in more conversations this fall. Peace of Christ be with you, Hailey and Brent Continue reading Letter from the Editors, Sept. 2016
By Danielle Marie Clark When you go if you see cracked concrete, wild lavender deja vu of bodies from somewhere if you smell Michigan spring on an open window drive down the highway say thank you to the air we both breathe listen to the shh of your fingers the lullaby of the adventurous the chant of boys still moving have you ever wondered the … Continue reading Poem for Boys Still Moving
By Hailey Joy Scandrette Note: When I tried to respond to the prompt on being a relational being this month, I was caught somewhat off-guard by my inability to put my thoughts and feelings into words. I’m very much in the midst of working through a lot vis a vis my relationship with relationships, so I’ve decided that the most vulnerability I can muster this month … Continue reading Toads and Diamonds
Submission Deadline: Sunday, September 25th As human beings we are relational creatures. From the minute we’re born until we die we’re creating connections between ourselves and the people around us. The relationships we cultivate can feed our souls or drain our energy; they can encourage us to be our best selves, or coax our shadow selves to the forefront of our self-expression; they can make … Continue reading September 2016 Prompt: On Being Relational Beings.