Happy Tuesday, friends! Coming to you late, but here is today’s Poem of the Day: “What’s Left Behind After a Hawk Has Seized a Smaller Bird Midair” by Justin Phillip Reed. Enjoy!
Happy Tuesday, friends! Here is today’s Poem of the Day: “The Light the Dead See” by Frank Stanford. Enjoy!
Happy Tuesday, friends! After a bit of a break, here’s the new Poem of the Day: Brigit Pegeen Kelly’s “Doing Laundry on Sunday.” Enjoy!
Happy Friday, everyone! For our Poem of the Day, here is another poem by Sylvia Plath, “Winter Landscape, with Rooks.” Enjoy!
Happy Wednesday, and Happy National Poetry Month! For today’s poem, we have Angela Voras-Hills’ “On My Way Home,” from her collection, LOUDER BIRDS. Enjoy!
Happy Monday, friends! I hope you had a wonderful weekend. To start our week, here is a poem by Sylvia Plath, “Blackberrying,” which seems particularly fitting right now. Enjoy!
Happy Friday, friends! To carry us into the weekend, here are several short poems by Allan Peterson, from his latest collection, THIS LUMINOUS. Enjoy!
Happy Thursday, friends! Here is today’s Poem of the Day: “Another Antipastoral” by Vievee Francis. Enjoy!
Happy Wednesday, friends! Here’s today’s Poem of the Day: “Radium Girl” by Rebecca Pelky. Enjoy!
Happy Tuesday. In memory of Ralph Angel tonight, here are several of his poems from his collection, YOUR MOON, from New Issues Poetry and Prose. Enjoy.
Happy Monday, friends! In an effort to share a little beauty during these difficult times, I’m bringing back my Poem of the Day series. Today: Jennifer Jackson Berry’s “I Lost Our Baby.” Enjoy.
“And the wife leaning out the window
with her hand extended, as in payment,
and the seeds
distinct, gold, calling”
– from Louise Glück’s “All Hallows.”
Enjoy! We have four more days until Halloween!