The Charity Houses of Cape Cod | A poem

The Charity Houses of Cape Cod | A poem

from the collection Reconnaissance by Amy Nawrocki This article is featured in the Autumn 2015 issue of The Wayfarer (Vol 4 Issue 2) Visit our bookstore to purchase an e-edition or print edition. Go to the Store»   This is what Thoreau called those rickety and...
Little Kinglet  | A Poem

Little Kinglet | A Poem

by Camille Thomasson This article is featured in the Autumn 2015 issue of The Wayfarer (Vol 4 Issue 2)   Visit our bookstore to purchase an e-edition or print edition. Go to the Store» The kinglet in the winter wood weighs as much as a plump cherry. When amorous,...
Ordinary Marvels | A Poem

Ordinary Marvels | A Poem

by Timothy Norton This article is featured in the Autumn 2015 issue of The Wayfarer (Vol 4 Issue 2) Visit our bookstore to purchase an e-edition or print edition. Go to the Store»   I wonder why people ask about the weather; Or if a landscape is beautiful. The...
Soft Fascination by Jeff DeBellis

Soft Fascination by Jeff DeBellis

  Featured in Vol.4 Issue 1 | The Spring 2015 Edition Soft Fascination by Jeff DeBellis I built a perfect teepee with dry juniper twigs filled its interior with bits of paper and lit it with a cardboard match. The flame steadily climbed unil the entire teepee was...
Dear Mary Oliver by Gloria Heffernan

Dear Mary Oliver by Gloria Heffernan

Featured in Vol.4 Issue 1 | The Spring 2015 Edition Dear Mary Oliver, by Gloria Heffernan Thank you for inviting me to eavesdrop on your conversations with the grasshopper; for allowing me to follow at a safe distance during your solitary walks through the fields just...
Diptych on New Mexico by Kael Moffat

Diptych on New Mexico by Kael Moffat

Featured in Vol.4 Issue 1 | The Spring 2015 Edition   Diptych on New Mexico by Kael Moffat 1. Along I-40, Outside Gallup Beside bones of coyotes bleached like saints, Beside blood dried on concrete like wine on lace, Beside tufts of fur strewn like abandoned...
String Theory by Gunilla Norris

String Theory by Gunilla Norris

Appeared in Volume 3 Issue 3 Gunilla Norris is the feature poet of the issue and has four poems featured in the edition. Photo ©  Stuart Madden   It is so bright today that the two fishermen—dark silhouettes— seem to be standing on water. Perhaps they are father...
Four Nesting Boxes by Diana Woodcock

Four Nesting Boxes by Diana Woodcock

Appeared in Volume 3 Issue 3 Diana Woodcock has two poems featured in this issue. Photo © Lee Coursey   surround the dune shack, each one claimed by a pair of tree swallows busy preening and mating, setting up housekeeping, sweeping insects from the air. Song...
The Old Man And The Heron by John Grey

The Old Man And The Heron by John Grey

Appeared in Volume 3 Issue 3 John Grey has two poems featured in this issue. Photo Left: © Jacquie Roecker | www. jacquieroecker.com   Heron at edge of pond, a spike of blue in green reeds as, in the distance, an old man peers through the telescope. His...
Apple Harvest by Kathleen M. Quinlan

Apple Harvest by Kathleen M. Quinlan

Appeared in Volume 3 Issue 3 Kathleen M. Quinlan has two poems featured in the edition.   Nine pairs of eyes—yours the wariest— narrow at our arrival, track us as we tumble out of the car into our grandfather’s arms. We cower, out-numbered against the locals,...
Only To Be Erased by Amy Nawrocki

Only To Be Erased by Amy Nawrocki

Appeared in Volume 3 Issue 3 Amy Nawrocki has two poems featured in this issue. Photo Left: © Russ Russimages Flickr   Because I am not thinking of the next moment, this one drapes itself, long and evident and words come to my mind only to be erased by others,...