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Love, Winter 2020
Meandering into a Miraculous Metaphor

Meandering into a Miraculous Metaphor

(Editor’s Note: The photos are of the exhibits of students enrolled in art and design classes at Austin Peay State University. Photos by Sean Siple : Nashville Skyline.) Love was definitely that time when my three closest friends, We were all so broke,and we all made our lives together, Proceeded to make me feel like...
Dear Art & Soul,  ~ by Amanda Cantrell Roche

Dear Art & Soul, ~ by Amanda Cantrell Roche

I feel your energy when I cross your threshold Palpable Washing over and through me. Residue of the soul work The breaking open The seeds planted And grown in your embrace.   Cocooned in your bright bosom, in an explosion of color and texture, you offer A respite from the grit of activism The physical...
The Relationship Between Mass and Luminosity - by A. Almond-Harvey

The Relationship Between Mass and Luminosity – by A. Almond-Harvey

as my love for you grows I understand that you have a universe of your own which is far too vast for me to travel in one lifeĀ  and yet, you have gifted me the room to be a star in your sky to command wells of gravity flowing around my point in time and...

TORN – by Anna Gorisch

we weren’t so much cut from the same cloth as ripped from it frayed edges, loose threads two pieces of a whole that would never quite fit together but the feeling of being with someone as broken as beautifully messy as awkward and kind as quirky and playful as me seemed meant to be so...
One day, Love sneaked up on me.  ~ by Kristen Hubbard

One day, Love sneaked up on me. ~ by Kristen Hubbard

This morning begins like most: Me looking out the Eastern facing bedroom window to watch the sun rise. Today, my early awakening is rewarded by a beautiful, red, scintillating sky-scape through the trees – far away from here, on the distant horizon. Smiling, I continue in my morning habits, shifting this, folding that. I cross...