Soul Fountain

Poem – What Is Family (By Melissa R Mendelson)

Soft, golden rays of sun race across deep, blue water, breathtaking in sight, the touch of life, but the waters could run cold, washing conflict across the shore, and drown deep into misery, turmoil over time. But love never dies ...

Photography ? – Kayaker (By Melissa R. Mendelson)

Photography - Kayaker (By Melissa R. Mendelson) ...

Short Fiction – The Girl In The Window (By Melissa R. Mendelson)

The Girl In The Window by, Melissa R. Mendelson I first noticed her one night before dark.  She hovered in front of the window, staring outward.  At first, I thought that she was staring at me, but she wasn’t.  It ...

Poem – Bears Starving in the Woods (By Donal Mahoney)

Bears Starving in the Woods   Long article in the paper this morning stops Tim from gobbling his bacon and eggs. Bears are starving in the woods. Too many cubs, too little food. There’s a plan to feed them. But no plan ...

Poem – Notes Upon Viewing (By JD DeHart)

Notes Upon Viewing The still-frame, captured eye, I do not ask permission to see.  When I enter the theater, I simply view. The camera takes me where I want to go, high in the air where I have never been.  ...

Poem – Prevent The Fallen Hero (By Amy Hrynchuk)

Prevent The Fallen Hero (to those who risk their lives daily for us) Everyday as they get ready for work, they push aside the possibility that they may not make it home. Everyday as they walk out that door, they ...

Poem – Two-Faced Tanning (By David Russell)

Two-Faced Tanning (Moral Majority S/M) Time was – One got the slipper, cane and strap – And now, in honest balance of corrected afterthought, Admits that one was fired by sting and weal And thought that someone got a turn-on; ...

Poem – Shatter (By Melissa Mendelson)

■ Shatter Now, you have done it. Glass all over the floor. A space where it was. What were you looking for? Give me a better answer than that lie. You know who you are, so don’t cry. What about ...

Poem – FALL TONES (By Joseph Cavera)

FALL TONES (By Joseph Cavera) A young lad awakes to cold on Sunday Stirring slowly, quakes to life his way His covers like lovers unravel above Another of is brothers leaving a shove He sees the light peak through his ...

Poem – Memorial (By Melissa R. Mendelson)

Atrocious moments in time paint history in red, and a thousand words can't silence a million tears shed. Beautiful faces and gentle hands disappear from lives led, and golden grains of love slip from hearts bled from icy teardrops of ...