Coffee and Irony
Really excited to say that my poem has been published as the poem of the week at Cellpoems! Cellpoems is one of my three favorite online publications, along with… 58 more words
14 hours, 2 minutes
You were born with a paper lantern for a
the skin lit from within, the light in
of going out.
-Sandy Longhorn, Cellpoems
2 days, 15 hours
My grandfather’s afraid of fortune and sails the world
In his handkerchief
He waves to the bottles in the sea
And reads their messages
The trenches are overflowing… 43 more words
6 days, 15 hours
To celebrate his just-announced Pulitzer win, a poem from Vijay Seshadri!
We hold it against you that you survived.
People better than you are dead, 89 more words
You are the start of the weekor the end of it, and accordingto The Beatles you creep inlike a nun. You’re the second… 106 more words
1 week, 3 days
Little just-begun, dough rising,
sparrow northward, kicker south.
Lentil to grapefruit, you sleep-step sidewise,
turnover, pop-up, tongue in the mouth.
-Rachel Richardson, Cellpoems
1 week, 6 days
“I am saltwater and undercurrents
and not nearly oceanic enough.
I break on these cliff-faces like waves
but I bend where the water would roar. 141 more words
2 weeks, 1 day