The Writers’ Cafe Magazine – ISSUE 19 “Can You Dig It?”

In a Meadowby Michele Byrne In a meadowWhere once was battle.Bones were found.Nicked and hackedwith broken skulls.All kept safe by soil.Around them lay the last shines of war. Lit now by the suns probe.Buckles, a shield boss,a clasp for a nobles cloak.Traced to a battle in 1741.Left to lie under a green blanket. Through the turn of time,rise and … More The Writers’ Cafe Magazine – ISSUE 19 “Can You Dig It?”

The Writers’ Cafe Magazine – ISSUE 18 “Fairy Tale”

Baba Yaga by Jem Henderson I gave away my voice yesterday. I wasn’t using it for much. Just former sweet nothings, calling for radical feminist change, the occasional rendition of Mr Roboto by Styx. I won’t miss it. I met her at midnight under a moon not quite full, not one special or spooky. her … More The Writers’ Cafe Magazine – ISSUE 18 “Fairy Tale”

The Writer’s Cafe Magazine – ISSUE 16 “Landscape and Maps”

  Contour Lines by Peter J. King ………………………………………………………………………………..***** Reading Maps: Between the Lines by Peter J. King Isotherms ………………………………..the Arctic Circle’s no such thing — …………………..its border loops and detours ……………….bulges ………………………………………………………………………………(see where the BeringSea’s ………………………………………………………………………………………a magnet, pulling out the ………………………………………………………………………….isotherm like iron filings on the chart) the northern tree-line gives a clue; ………..it almost … More The Writer’s Cafe Magazine – ISSUE 16 “Landscape and Maps”