It must be fall.


"Cold we could not chase away with firewood"
Ode to November
by Lorraine Healy

"They fill the barn with swallows"
Wood Chopping
by Lorraine Healy

"Wet with drizzle, soaked in fog"
To The Elusive White Birches
by Lorraine Healy

(Warning: Strong Language)
"Her eyes hardening with the malice of cataracts"
by Lorraine Healy

Late Summer on the Dix

"Begged with Lazarus for the crumbs"
Thanksgiving Quandary
by Ed Bennett

"The ivory blanket that held the city in its cool embrace"
I Still Love November
by Wayne Allen Levine

"Kokopelli pipes his eternal silent song"
Navajo Dawn
by Diane Westergaard

"One by one they disappear"
Signs Bloom in Autumn
by Maria Elena B. Mahler

"It was the memory of cedars, the cry of the eagle"
Long Dusty Memories
by Sharmagne Leland-St. John

"Sapphire eyes half open, half awake"
Front Porch
by t wagner

"Who’s to say where summer passion goes?"
Donning Fall
by Kay Weeks

"The autumn geese rise in trills from the lake"
by Kristin Roedell

"A flock of starlings block out the sun"
In The Moon When Lakes Start To Freeze, We Drive To Door County
by Mary Jo Balistreri

"My must-have fashion accessory"
Want It!
by Arlene Mandell

Autumn Colours

by Emanuel Di Pasquale
reviewed by Ed Bennett

Red Barn

My Writing Process
by Mary Jo Balistreri

Sky and Rocks

Unexpected Shiny Things
by Bruce Dethlefsen

Flutter Press proudly presents
The Insomnia Poems
by Harry Calhoun

Summertime Blues

Bergamot oil flavoured tea makes this an exceptional breakfast choice
Earl Grey Oatmeal
from the kitchen of Sharmagne Leland-St. John

When the first chestnuts fall from the trees, celebrate with this rich and tasty breakfast treat
Chestnut Pancakes
from the kitchen of Sharmagne Leland-St. John

Once a medieval favourite made with swan
Nekkesan (Turkey or Swan Neck Pudding)
from the kitchen of Sharmagne Leland-St. John

The chestnut adds a warm, inviting flavour to an all time favourite dessert
Chestnut Cheese Cake
from the kitchen of Sharmagne Leland-St. John


Sammy H. Cundiff

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