Welcome to the Quill Magazine! Here you can browse our currently accepted poetry.  It is our goal to ensure new and unpublished poets have an opportunity to publish their work, and we look forward to bringing  you, our readers, the best in poetry.

The Trashness of Trash

Morning poopers
on pavements and railway tracks
could have frownys on their turd...

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Return to Allhambra

Return to Alhambra

This poem walks through the senses of a foreign land, the familiar and strange beauty of lived experience.

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Parvaneh

Parvaneh

In the hues of dusk
and light of dawn
death chooses a door.
Frost bitten trees whisper in the morning cold.

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Love Long Distance

Long Distance Love

Down the wire, hail from Oberland
You say: these Huns can’t make a map.
There’re roads here that don’t really exist.

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Not Your Typical Alien

A poem that captures the strangeness of the domestic by contrasting the everyday against the unusual. What is your "typical alien?"

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Breathe, Remember

Breathe, Remember

A series of poems about loss. Styled in short lines with strong, poignant imagery, these poems speak to something everyone can relate with.

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