Reading Franz Wright

Hi friends! Happy Wednesday. I know I haven’t written a post like this for a while, but I wanted to share some poems with you today! In the past couple of weeks, I haven’t been reading the most poetry, and I’ve been missing it, so I dove back in this...

Poem of the Day: Susan Prospere

Hi friends! A beautiful image for your Monday evening— * SILVER THAW How cold the angels are—so they come down to Mississippi,their breath rising from the ice of their bodies to frost the clover.  And they take the trees one by onebecause they are jealous.All...

Poem of the Day: Justin Phillip Reed

Happy Tuesday, friends! As I mentioned yesterday, I’m throwing myself back into doing the things I love—and I LOVE celebrating my fellow writers. If you’d like to have one of your works featured, or do a mini-interview with me about your process or...

Happy National Poetry Month! Poem of the Day: Angela Voras-Hills

Happy Wednesday, friends! I hope you’re all enjoying your week. For those of you who may not be aware, and for those who are too overwhelmed with other things right now to be focused on this (know that I feel you and am here for you), April is National Poetry...

Poem of the Day: Sylvia Plath

BLACKBERRYING Nobody in the lane, and nothing, nothing but blackberries,   Blackberries on either side, though on the right mainly,A blackberry alley, going down in hooks, and a seaSomewhere at the end of it, heaving. BlackberriesBig as the ball of my thumb, and dumb...