The poet uses the metaphor of an ear of corn to describe her parents’ divorce.
The metaphor of drowning is used to explore a loved one’s secrecy.
…but the speaker let her slip, and she found another man. In careful rhyme and meter, he tells us he’ll probably repeat the mistake.
Somehow or another, all deceptions end.
A searing poem about nature.
An extended metaphor to a phobia of the “popular crowd.” A work of fiction by teenager Jeremy Kennels.
A poem about two truths. The first is that if you take a group of boys into the woods for a week, you can expect trouble.
What truths can a flower reveal?
Is it possible to cross the waters between these islands on which we all live?
A long stare at a sea of people.