Lake Como



Barbara Evans wife of J. Glenn Evans, slipped over the border into the spirit world  Saturday 27 OCT. 2018 at 1:25 PM.
She was truly a great soul who was always doing things for others and expecting nothing in return. 
She and her husband of 50 years produced the weekly radio show PoetsWest and
hosted a myriad of open mics in the Seattle area. 

We dedicate this issue to her.


Parisian Girl

"Woven from whippoorwills and long gravestones"
How To Knit 
by Amy Schmitz

"Partitioned tin cumin lost on the floor"
by Amy Schmitz

"Soldiers lie down on yellow grass to sleep"
Border Crossing 
by Amy Schmitz

The Room

"I wanted the painted leaves to stay safe on the maple"
Wednesday's Feast 
by Wilda Morris

"Ditch grass and field flower"
Watching Wild Turkeys 
by Candace Armstrong

"Pools dotted with concentric circles of rain"
Like Pearls on my Tongue 
by Maralee Gerke 

"The horizon shrouded in blue fog"
Autumn Sail 
by Michael Escoubas 

"In that bend of the Tallapoosa River "
This Land 
by Fred Bassett

Quality Time

"Ladies with lattes"
Book Club 
by Candace Armstrong

"In the chilly city of your birth"
by Sharmagne Leland-St. John

"I watch them from a quiet cafe corner and remember"
Best Friends
by Jane Lang

"Who approaches through early morning fog"
by Wilda Morris

Spring Flowers

From National Federation of State Poetry Societies Press
Border Crossing
by Amy Schmitz

Paradise Bay

MoonPath Press Proudly Presents
What's Left
by Connie K Walle

Evening Meal

Try this delicious pumpkin cocktail
Pepper and Pie Cocktail 
Recipe courtesy of Watershed Distillery

On a chilly autumn morning, treat your family to a breakfast of 
Ginger-Lemon Scones 
from the kitchen of Sharmagne Leland-St. John

Thick delicious soup for a cold wintery evening
Turkey Carcass-Dressing Soup 
from the kitchen of Sharmagne Leland-St. John

Red Bow Fruit

Brian Noveck


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