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by Beth Konkoski When Anna was five, she pretended to watch Belle in her yellow gown bring the forgotten castle to life. The movie, a magic dilemma of unruly furniture and songs, couldn’t hold her attention. She was thinking of the new baby brother who … Continue readingBrother


by Cindy Hunter Morgan When I see a dandelion in my yard, I usually dig it up and throw it in the compost. I know I should eat my dandelions or make wine from them or wait for them to turn to fuzz and then … Continue readingFloret


Lily Poetry Review believes that Black Lives Matter. To that end, any writer who identifies as Black or a Person of Color is invited to submit a full-length manuscript to Lily Poetry review at no cost at any time. Photo by Clay Banks on Unsplash


by Cindy House This is the road you take twice a week to pick up your son. These are the traffic lights you stop for or rush through, depending on the minutes glowing at you from your dashboard clock. There is the dinosaur miniature golf … Continue readingTurnpike

Issue 3 Has Launched

Read prize winning poems by Stacey Walker, Alice Turski and Josh Feit as well as work by Zeeshan Pathan, Danielle Jones, Jennifer Jean, Cindy Hunter Morgan, Lucy Zhang and others.