With her poem No Name, Marsha Warren Mittman details the transition from urban to rural living, and coming to embrace and become one with new experiences.
BY JESSE CURRAN For the first mile, I replay last night. New Year's Eve. We're celebrating from our separate living rooms...
Walt Whitman's O Me! O Life! is a rousing remonstrance of a self-centered life of faithless, foolish, vain, mean struggle that asks the question, where does the good lie in the midst of this endeavor?
BY NOAH LASHLY A potential relationship with a cute barista hinges on whether or not I can find a candle at Target that can accurately confirm my identity.
How can we stay connected through solitude and how can doing nothing enrich us? Thomas Merton explores the notion that 'all men are solitary' and what this really means.