A Scene in Any Small Town

I’ve passed my time near to the heart of you. I’ve walked past boarded windows and closed shops. On a winter day, I dipped my fingers in your fountain To feel the sting of frozen waters bright and cold. I have gone to the river, to stand on the dock and watch The boats passing... Continue Reading →

National Poetry Month 2019

April is National Poetry Month, and this year I’m trying to write a little more. Of course, you can't really write poetry without reading some of it, so I've also been revisiting an old favorite of mine: Czesław Miłosz. Miłosz is a Nobel Prize-winning poet, originally from Poland, who survived the events of the second... Continue Reading →

National poetry month 2018

It’s the middle of National Poetry Month, and, if you’re like me, that means you’ve been reading a whole lot of poetry. Of course, this isn’t necessarily a new thing for me. I’m usually reading a whole lot of poetry; however, I had a thought a while I was in the middle of this poetry... Continue Reading →

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