Rhythm & Bones

Rhythm & Bones

January 25, 2019

THE WARD

a monthly feature by 

Elisabeth Horan 

“MKE View” 

Art by Ryan Schauffler 

Dearest Friends - 

You are so wonderful. I know you are with me today and everyday... in this - my difficult trial, as well as in my recovery and survival. I love you all so much. I will be b...

January 23, 2019

Messy Nest 

a monthly feature by 

Amy Alexander 

Cop a Bradstreet Attitude 

It’s the new year.

To the animals and trees, this is just another day when the planet is bathing in long or short light at different poles. Yet humans feel the need to take a long look at what they...

January 21, 2019

By Death, She Lives

               Jenna Vélez


 

I was born in a blood moon

Coughed up like vampire pearl

The smell of burnt skin

The char of women

Wise beyond their tears

Formed me by mortar and pestle

I emerged in the firelight

We dance and die by

Yet the water ebbs and flows

In...

January 18, 2019

ERASER MARKS

a monthly feature by

Robin Anna Smith

"Medicate," multimedia

by Robin Anna Smith

I’ve been having an extraordinarily difficult time lately managing my health and my daughter’s health. She and I both have a form of autonomic dysfunction (they call it “rare” but...

January 14, 2019

Passed Notes & Poems 

a monthly feature by 

Kristin Garth 

The Poem:

Nothing Wrong

R. Kelly tune you dance to topless in

the 90’s, main stage stripper’s choice of song,

the one that says “nothing wrong.”  You listen,

a child abuse victim, bubblegum thong

to lyrics saying you be...

January 11, 2019

Joined Journeys 

a monthly Mental Health feature 

by Maddie M. White 

Didn't Let This Take You 

Shan Hart

Twitter: @hartofawriter

www.shanhart.com

What mental illness do you suffer from?

General Anxiety Disorder and Clinical Depression

When was the first time you noticed it and...

January 9, 2019

Inside of a Dog

a monthly feature by

Kate Dowling

Outside of a dog, a book is a man's best friend.

Inside of a dog it's too dark to read.

                                    Groucho Marx...

January 7, 2019

Joined Journeys 

a monthly Mental Health feature 

by Maddie M. White 

I Will Always Stand Up 

with Charlotte Underwood 

1. What mental illness do you suffer from?

I suffer from pretty chronic depression and anxiety (gad)

2. When was the first time you noticed it and how?

...

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