Autumnal Sycamore

Kathy Fagan Spring’s go-go green’s flung over for harvest season’s 70s kitchen colors just in time. Cultivated thornless For the burbs, honey locusts heap their leaves up Like gold pieces for the common folk, a school Of minnows the cat might dream of, stretching, Flexing his paws, all Japanese maple & symmetrical Velvet. Worker worm… More

Splitting Up

Jeff Knorr The vases and tables, glasses and silverware weren’t the hard things to give up. Just that they left holes like the dog uprooting the backyard geraniums. It was dividing the memories that cursed us. The dinners at the patio table, the porcelain bowl I bought her as a birthday gift in Washington D.C.,… More