Tag Archives: prose

Response to Mary Oliver’s Poem “Mindful” by Erin Anderson

Dominant Hand I “Prayers made out of grass” I dream of such a soft world Which light shines upon       II I fall asleep there Under the soft canopy Mind finally clear   III This is commonplace? Mary, … Continue reading

Share
Posted in regular | Tagged , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

“Breath” by Colin Nickle

Fearless grasp of sunrise your honeyed polished body longing seraphic muse kissed words reveal tangerine and a herald of wainscot blue early the landscape of your naked flavours saved from the wrong side of virginity guilty the thrust ripped soaring … Continue reading

Share
Posted in regular | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment

“Mysterious Bill” by Harry Kuhn

One day last year, as I waited for a bus, Bill walked by. I had not seen him much for a few years and it appeared his condition was deteriorating. He was a touch over six foot with greying hair … Continue reading

Share
Posted in regular | Tagged , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Link to new blog by local writer – Show your support and take a peek!

Check out the following blog by local writer and Grit Uplifted contributor Harry Kuhn: http://onehumansinterest.blogspot.ca/

Share
Posted in link | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

“Knight Rider” by H. Kuhn

July can be hot in downtown Toronto. The pavement and concrete seem to radiate heat and, at times, magnify it. The forest of tall buildings along Bay Street, not far from the Eaton Centre, blocks the breezes and, in places, … Continue reading

Share
Posted in regular | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment