Frogs in the Town of Freedom
by Judy Kaber

Abandoned in the cracked blue swimming pool, eyes riding just above the surface of clotted algae, they set the tone for my days. My feet become splayed, step awkwardly among ripped pillows billowing feathers on the porch, soft bodies of dolls, game pieces— sharp edged racecars and red hotels, paper money, mostly ones. Skin shriveled … Continue reading Frogs in the Town of Freedom
by Judy Kaber

Judy Kaber

Judy Kaber’s poems have appeared or are forthcoming in Eclectica, Crab Creek Review, Off the Coast, and The Comstock Review. Contest credits include the Maine Postmark Poetry Contest, the Larry Kramer Memorial Chapbook Contest, and, most recently, second place in the 2016 Muriel Craft Bailey Poetry Contest. She lives in Maine.