Author: Hannah

Featured Poem 1/13 – “The Minneapolis Poem” 0

Featured Poem 1/13 – “The Minneapolis Poem”

The Minneapolis Poem by James Wright   to John Logan 1 I wonder how many old men last winter Hungry and frightened by namelessness prowled The Mississippi shore Lashed blind by the wind, dreaming Of...

Featured Poem 1/6 – “Chansons Innocentes: I” 0

Featured Poem 1/6 – “Chansons Innocentes: I”

Chansons Innocentes by e. e. cummings in Just- spring when the world is mud- luscious the little lame balloonman whistles far and wee and eddieandbill come running from marbles and piracies and it’s spring...

Featured Poem 12/30 – “The Painting” 0

Featured Poem 12/30 – “The Painting”

The Painting by John Balaban The stream runs clear to its stones; the fish swim in sharp outline. Girl, turn your face for me to draw. Tomorrow, if we should drift apart, I shall find...

Featured Poem 12/23 – “The Changing Light” 0

Featured Poem 12/23 – “The Changing Light”

The Changing Light by Lawrence Ferlinghetti    The changing light at San Francisco is none of your East Coast light none of your pearly light of Paris The light of San Francisco is a sea...

Featured Poem 12/16 – “Museum” 0

Featured Poem 12/16 – “Museum”

Museum by Glyn Maxwell   Sundays, like a stanza break Or shower’s end of all applause, For some old unexplaining sake The optimistic tread these shores, As lonely as the dead awake Or God among...

Featured Poem 12/9 – “Gooseberry Season” 0

Featured Poem 12/9 – “Gooseberry Season”

Gooseberry Season by Simon Armitage   Which reminds me. He appeared at noon, asking for water. He’d walked from town after losing his job, leaving me a note for his wife and his brother...

Featured Poem 12/2 – “Aubade: Some Peaches, After Storm” 0

Featured Poem 12/2 – “Aubade: Some Peaches, After Storm”

Aubade: Some Peaches, After Storm by Carl Phillips   So that each is its own, now–each has fallen, blond stillness. Closer, above them, the damselflies pass as they would over water, if the fruit...

Featured Poem 11/18 – “Honey” 0

Featured Poem 11/18 – “Honey”

Honey by Arielle Greenberg   I am three months out and six to go, stuffing my plastic Superball body with the salt & twang of crackers die-cut into the shapes of fish. God forsakes...

Featured Poem 11/11 – “In Flanders Fields” 1

Featured Poem 11/11 – “In Flanders Fields”

In Flanders Fields by John McCrae   In Flanders Fields the poppies blow Between the crosses, row on row, That mark our place; and in the sky The larks, still bravely singing, fly Scarce...