Poetry in Motion Monday: Diane Seuss

SELF-PORTRAIT WITH SYLVIA PLATH’S BRAID Some women make a pilgrimage to visit it in the Indiana library charged to keep it safe. I didn’t drive to it; I dreamed it, the thick braid roped over my hands, heavier than lead. My own hair was long for years. Then I became obsessed with chopping it off,…

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Poetry in Motion Monday: Chad Forbregd

Please come visit WRB each Monday for our weekly “Poetry in Motion Monday”s.   THE WEATHER IS BASICALLY THE SAME   There’s a 50% chance of rain. But the brain doesn’t know how to process time or statistics. If sound always makes a noise, does it always make a memory? Love, like what we choose…

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