Dimitri Papadopoulos returns us to innocence, nostalgia, and inspiration with his touching poem "burgundy and oak".
Like the all-encompassing color field paintings of Mark Rothko mentioned in Kit Evans' poem, this little piece commands our attention, while also leaving things unsaid.
Ryan Diaz's poem, St. Hubert and the Deer, offers readers a glimpse at the crucial moment in the life of Saint Hubert--the precipice of the choice between slaughter and mercy.
Written during the peak of the pandemic, Katie Bowers' poem touches on the challenges of faith and belief, parenting and childhood.
BY SUSAN DI RENDE It was the summer of 1959. I was four years old, sitting in the back of my parents’ Rambler driving down Route 60 past motels, restaurants, and gas stations.
BY VANESSA ABLE Since before they could talk, they knew. The fearlessness of a pre-schooler's heart that knows no endings.