Poetry-in-Motion Monday: Enjoy the Solar Eclipse!

  Hi friends! Happy Monday—and happy solar eclipse! I hope you’re able to enjoy it (and safely). I wanted to specifically share two poems that are about the experience of the solar eclipse, but from markedly different perspectives.   A SOLAR ECLIPSE   In that great journey of the stars through space         About the mighty,…

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Poetry in Motion Monday: Louise Mathias

  Happy Monday, friends! I hope you had a wonderful, hopefully beautiful weekend. But however good it was, we need good poetry, and powerhouse fiction, and helpful prompts. Starting off our new week is the lovely Louise Mathias, and her daffodil light.   LARREA   Moved the jackrabbit from the road, laid her under a…

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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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