24
Mar
12

Unexpected

When language and meaning meet in unexpected ways, you begin to have something. You have something.

Danielle Pieratti’s “In the Hayloft”

10
Mar
12

Simplicity

Sometimes simplicity in a poem refreshes the way we see things.

Simon J. Titchener’s “A question of optimism”

15
Feb
12

Complex

A poem which is well-rounded and complex in its functioning.

Paul Killebrew’s “Not Inside”

04
Feb
12

Vibrant

An antidote to the many bloodless and safe poems around. This is vibrant and rich work.

Dom Gabrielli’s “The Body Without Organs”

21
Jan
12

Satisfying

A sensitive description is worth much. This poem is pure and satisfying.

Roger Desy’s “Deer”

08
Jan
12

Evocative

Something so evocative and eloquent as this is rare and uncompromising.

Monica Berlin’s “This Slow Rise”

15
Dec
11

Place

Sometimes a poem just takes you there. Or you take it there with your attentive reading of it.

Malaika King Albrecht’s “Beyond the Clover Meadow”




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