Poetry

Richard Long

A Blessing On Sundays, Boy ‘Anders would tape a picture of Marantha to the handlebar of his bike. At church he’d leave …

Poetry

Carol Tyx

Labyrinth On this misty morning the labyrinth is a labyrinth no clear pathway anywhere, sand scuffled over the brick edging, some bricks …

Poetry

Kenneth Pobo

BEASTS OF THE SEA FLOOR Painting by Odilon Redon The world I know on land, I don’t know it, not really. My …

Poetry

Liza Porter

To Joy Harjo on the Radio from New Mexico: The moment I first loved poetryI heard your voice as if from a …

Poetry

Jim Gustafson

Poem with the word “Love” in it convoluted the word “Love” means nothing until held down to the ground not against its …

Poetry

Ed Meek

FOR YOUR SINS For your sins you must pay. For the sin of hope your penance shall be cynicism. For the sin …

Poetry

Herbert Woodward Martin

To the Memory of the Ten Million How shall I regard these humiliations, these human punishments against the lives of so many …

Poetry

RC deWinter

THE LAST OF THE GREAT ROMANTICS Because everything moves so fast.Leaves spiraling away in the time it takes to breathe.I can’t keep …

Poetry

Nicholas Samaras

There Is No Spoon [The exact phrase refers, more precisely and more broadly, to a utensil] Solitude is only unhealthy when you …