Ink In Thirds – Vol. 2, Issue 1

Again, I would like to express my extreme gratitude for the kindness of a fellow traveler in ink, without whom Ink In Thirds would not be back with issues to share, today. You know who you are, and from the bottom of my heart, thank you!

Also, This magazine wouldn’t be possible without the dedication and contribution of all the talented individuals who help foster the love of the written word and the arts. I am forever grateful to all of our readers, and champions of small press and indy magazines & journals. Remember, keep writing. Keep submitting. Keep your passions burning!

Much Love and Ink—
Grace

 

PROSE


photo by Anca Luchit

 

Hollow

I was lost and looking for my keys, for answers, for songs that tell me everything’s going to be all right. Hum a few bars and glide through the dark, past the exposed roots, all that anchored you to me: egg, skillet, stone. I still lock myself in the bathroom to cry. It would be different if you had died.

by Victoria Melekian


HAIKU


photo by David Cohen

 

 

loneliness
a vast chasm
of broken pieces

by Norman Wm. Muise

 


POETRY


photo by Christopher Johnson

 

Courtesies

Mondays
bring back routine
nets of safety

unlike Sylvia
I’d turn on ovens
on Sundays

to exhaust
fumes of emotion
end less hunger

by Toti O’Brien



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