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Alpenglow

 A poem by Chase Ambler ~ Reflection ~ In this love poem to my wife, I compare her to the only thing that comes close: nature. The poem follows the […]

Inquisitive: Part 12

  By Hassan Izzo “OK.” She composed herself. “To say you are dead would be a great exaggeration.” I suddenly felt tense. “What do you mean?” “After your little misadventure, […]

The Royal Writing Contest

~The Royal Writing Contest~ Hello Rams! Well our first edition of The Ram Boutique is about to hit the market and all of us at RRP are super excited about […]

To My Glasses

A poem by Chase Ambler ~ Reflection ~ Anyone that wears vision-correcting tools can probably relate to this poem. There are times when you forget you even have glasses, yet […]

Inquisitive: Part 11

By Hassan Izzo I grasped for the only theory I had: If I did exactly what I did to start this whole thing off, maybe I’d get to see my […]

Receiving a True Insult

 A poem by Chase Ambler ~ Reflection ~ The really painful insults are the truths that hit you later and really ‘get under your skin’ as this poem tries to […]

Inquisitive: Part 10

By Hassan Izzo Shortly after, I stood at the front door. Dressed and ready to go, I psyched myself up to go out into the world. I had no intention […]

Two Stags

 A poem by Chase Ambler ~ Reflection ~ I’ve always been enamored with the sight of wildlife in the cemetery behind my mother’s house. The dichotomy of lost life and […]

Inquisitive: Part 9

By Hassan Izzo The woman, or rather, my ‘mum’, looked pretty confused for a minute, before her chirpy disposition returned. “Unusual, but OK.” “Thanks…. mum.” Mum left the room and […]

Inquisitive: Part 8

By Hassan Izzo Again I was taken aback by my grandmother’s anger. I studied the girl and tried to imagine what it would be like to live as a woman […]

Night Guard

 A poem by Chase Ambler                                                   […]

Inquisitive: Part 7

By Hassan Izzo I nodded in response. “It’s actually been seven days.” “Seven days?” “Yes.” I studied the woman opposite me. I’d only ever seen photographs of my grandmother and […]

Bangkok Beggars

 A poem by Chase Ambler Photo Credit: Dennis Thern ~ Reflection ~ It’s amazing to me how this poem started with one phrase and quickly blossomed into my favorite work. […]