Monthly Archives: October 2017

Poems by Kaur, McCarthy and Maylor but First: Instagram Poets Seem to Rule – Will It Last?

from home it takes a broken person to come searching for meaning between my legs it takes a complete.whole. perfectly designed person to survive it… Rupi Kaur from the sun and her flowers, Simon & Schuster, 2017 To call twenty-five year old Indo-Canadian poet Rupi Kaur a sensation is an understatement! Her book of poems, […]

Who Invented Meanness? A Poem and Review of Hyaena Season

Lost Inside Henry VIII’s Chapel Finally, I find you, my little one, on your knees, before an altar, penitent, pilgrim – your palms pressed close as pages. I drop down beside you, my palms mimicking yours. I don’t say anything out loud. To whom were you praying? To whom can I pray?  Is it ever […]