Category: Poetry


Note: If you’re viewing with a phone, I recommend landscape (sideways) for a better effect. Turn this page We smell the fish of state rotting from the Prime Minister. He says he desires to throw fists against the protestors who march for democracy; he falsely accuses them of […]

At the Beginning of a Pandemic … your next Wednesday Writing Prompt, hosted this week by Michael Dickel — THE POET BY DAY

“…the ailing body points to culture, pain points to philosophy, language points to consciousness, and all point to what is still to be learned about our fragility, our mortality, and how to live a meaningful life.” Ann Jurecic, Illness as Narrative (Composition, Literacy, and Culture), p. 131 […] Read […]