Tag Archives: poem

Mountain Meditation
May 10, 2018

Mothers on the move

By Marguerite Jill Dye

After a big family Mother’s Day Dinner, Mom started to scrub lots of Corning. Said the children, “It’s your day. You shouldn’t wash dishes! Just rinse, and do them in the morning.” From “A Smile, a…

Column
March 22, 2017

“Shall never see a poem lovely as a tree”

By Brett Yates

Winter landscapes will never stop being kind of magical to me, no matter how joylessly and cynically grownup I become: the endless unstained carpet of a fresh snowfall, the sculptural perfection of an icicle, the fierce sting of the cold itself. The…