by Luis Cuauhtémoc
shadow that envelopes
entire being after you
me with closed eyes
me blind like a night
of stars and moonlight.
kiss leaves me obscure
without strength. If by
see the light tomorrow,
will never fall in love again.
Luis lives in Southern
California and works in Los Angeles. His poetry has appeared in Blue Collar Review,
Fearless, The Journal of Heroin Love Songs, The Rye Whisky Review, Unlikely Stories,
and Yellow Mama Webzine. His books and chapbooks have been published by Deadbeat
Press, Kendra Steiner Edition, New Polish Beat, Poet's Democracy, Propaganda Press, Pygmy Forest Press, and Ten Pages Press
W. Jack Savage is a retired
broadcaster and educator. He is the author of eight books including Imagination:
The Art of W. Jack Savage (wjacksavage.com). To date, more than fifty
of Jack’s short stories and over a thousand of his paintings and drawings have
been published worldwide. Jack and his wife Kathy live in Monrovia, California.