by Thea Schiller When perception Of Mountain Laurel The songs of pink and white, And polkadot Give little birds, a rush and thrush, beyond the skunk cabbage, under brush, And rotted logs, the wood chipped splintery Of yesteryear transforms A path of stillness. The sky beckons, “Open, I can provide the light” she says.Continue reading “When Perception”
by Thea Schiller World War II babies born in mid-forties when men came home from the Front, Hawaii, Europe and Papa New Guinea. Families that could, left the Bronx for Long Island, Westchester, New JerseyWomen that could, wore Satin and Silks dining out with husbandsBut small preteen baby boomer girls dreamt of wearing peasant dressesAnd having artistsContinue reading “The Dressing Room of the Baby Boomers”
We are pleased to announce our Spring 2021 edition of confetti. CONTRIBUTORS Fiction by: J.P.J. Fox, Janet Garber, Sheldon Hanner, Judy Voss, Patricia Young Non-fiction by: Buddy Matt Coughlin Poetry by: Mary Coughlin, Andrew Crellin, Lisa O’Neil Guerci, margie merek, Thea Schiller, Katharine Schulz, Gabriel Sebastian See the full Table of Contents
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