Trish Bennett Time. There was plenty in my youth, so I took a break, or ten, suddenly I’m middle aged. Career. To be honest, I didn’t lose that … Continue reading Three things I’ve lost
Trish Bennett Exams I’m an exhibit, pinned, at the far wall of a draughty gym. The floor’s lined out for balls. The double doors of escape lie hours away. … Continue reading Six Excursions
Trish Bennett Before the dawn smog clears, we weave in chains. At intersections, we criss-cross — cross our ruby lights, linked one behind the other as we drive each other … Continue reading The Dance
©Literati Magazine 1999-2020. All rights reserved DAVID FRANKEL As the First World War passes out of living memory, its centenary gives us the opportunity to commemorate … Continue reading Say Only This . . .
If I’m gonna be alone, then let it be with you. That is how I will probably forever feel about him. He left me. He still kills me … Continue reading The Story Of Us
P A U L S. L. B R O O K E S SEVEN POEMS my SCARYLIFE Scaryborn to this world this scaryearth I scarylearned … Continue reading The Template
Cindy Letic I lie. A lot. And I mean, like, a LOT! To whom? No, it’s not an endless list (don’t search your name, this isn’t a … Continue reading Misguided
Shawn Keller In the place they called Augusta General in 1973, birth defects had to be profound to be noticed: Humpbacked Mongoloids, Thalidomide Flipper Men … Continue reading MC1R