poetry

Moths By Jennifer O’Grady

Moths By Jennifer O’Grady

Moths By Jennifer O’Grady Adrift in the liberating, late light of August, delicate, frivolous, they make their way to my front porch and flutter near the glassed-in bulb, translucent...

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One Art by Elizabeth Bishop

One Art by Elizabeth Bishop

What’s more aligned with the values of slow living than indulging in some poetry? Taking the...

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July by Cristin O’Keefe Aptowicz

July by Cristin O’Keefe Aptowicz

July By Cristin O’Keefe Aptowicz The figs we ate wrapped in bacon. The gelato we consumed...

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Alala x Alison Malee

Alala x Alison Malee

When I was invited to a breakfast to celebrate the launch of Alala’s collaboration with poet,...

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The Strength of Poetry

The Strength of Poetry

Several years ago I was in a club. We called it Poetry Club. Very creative, for a bunch of poets, I...

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Mary Oliver

Mary Oliver

When Death Comes By Mary Oliver When it’s over, I want to say: all my life I was a bride married...

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Mary Oliver

Mary Oliver

Coming Home By Mary Oliver When we are driving in the dark, on the long road to Provincetown, when...

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Milk & Honey

Poetry has always been a mystery to me.

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