I woke early this morning to the news that a certain Republican senator had tweeted last night his intention to vote against witnesses in the impeachment trial. Trying to push down a sense of anger and dismay, I returned to Lisa Rosenberg’s poem which I first read yesterday.
One of the things that I spoke out loud about two weeks ago was the idea that we would make space for work that needs to be heard now. CaroleContinue reading “The Timely Poem”
“Men still live who, in their youth, remember pigeons; trees still live who, in their youth, were shaken by a living wind. But a few decades hence only the oaksContinue reading “Fieldnotes”
We intend to publish one issue with each season, but would also like to provide space for poets who need to sound now. If you have a poem that isContinue reading “what is vital, what is fleeting”