Is it inattention from others that makes us vague and distant? A scene from a restaurant.
A description of a space and time that takes advantage of words to capture what film and audio equipment never could.
Organized in three thematic sections, this poem dwells on the distinctive beauty of glass through metaphor, personification, and narrative.
The speaker sees the tree, like herself, “Waiting for the stars to answer back | Waiting for deliverance and absolution.”
Recipient of the 2003 Frodo’s Notebook Essay Award, this piece details one of those events that sneak up from time to time to recenter our lives.
An sensory poem as powerful as any other.
Only three lines long.
Recollection takes the form of vivid imagery.
An image and reflection to keep us in our proper place.
A poem in praise of birds and the magic that surrounds them.