Monthly Archives: July 2016

The Bigness of Small Poems – #18 in a Series – James Wright – A Poem to Counter Terror

  TODAY I WAS HAPPY, SO I MADE THIS POEM As the plump squirrel scampers Across the roof of the corncrib, The moon suddenly stands up in the darkness, And […]

The Bigness of Small Poems – # 17 in a Series – Song Lines – The Eco-Poetics of Basma Kavanaugh

from NICHE Last winter a chorale in an old church, a cold night in a prairie city. The unaccompanied human voices smouldered and keened, swelled the stone building, fluttered in […]