But Margaret would not be consoled, and fell into a heap on the fancy carpeting.
As more and more poets are vaccinated against the COVID-19 virus, many will begin to experience a strange nostalgia for the year that was 2020-21, with its masks, chlorine doormats, oxygen tanks, and of course Antibacterial Gel.
Who would have thought a boy like me could come to this.
Emily Dickinson in her own words Colin Gee ‘Get up on the couch, Susan,’ I cried, already up there myself. ‘A soft Sea is washing around the house!’ Emitting one of her characteristic little squeals, […]
CHAPTER I “Princess Leatherhelm!” cried the gnome Jerrod, and he held out a small parcel wrapped in rough brown paper tied with a string. “Gnome Jerrod,” smiled the Princess, halting her steed Megalus with a […]
Today we will be reading a poem from one of my favorite authors, Maria Steinburg-Piccadilly, an eloquent poetess and Earth Child who spent the gloaming of her life, as she referred to it, right here […]
Every week our Theme Expert, Teddy, goes into detail on a new theme. This week’s theme is Muscle Cars. This week’s Theme is extremely important in the work of many modernist and contemporary poets. That’s […]
‘A Pit,’ I mused, ‘but Heaven over it.’
One of the angriest members of Los Decepcionados, f. f. francés led a truly checkered life as poet, revolutionary, and renegado.
Every week our Theme Expert, Teddy, goes into detail on a new theme. This week’s theme is Buttermilk.