Massachusetts poet Sheila Lynch-Benttinen's "Equations" is a work of heavy content, juxtaposed with simple elegance and sparseness.
BY ÇILER İLHAN - What seems like a flame, passion or romance perhaps is actually love, emerging in various forms, shapes, and levels of existence. If you believe in it.
Danielle Pieratti's 'Rubric for Burying a Hen' is a heartbreaking account of what it is to fail to sustain someone or something in our care.
Deborah Schwartz's "Brother" is a poem yearning and pleading for connection, amidst the background notes of time slipping ceaselessly by.
What it is that brings us together, binds our relationships and heals our wounds, even beyond the limits of our own agency?
Aeris Walker's "Good and Wild and Wonderful" is a prose poem of vast enormity, of the creation of all things.
David Cravens' epic poem "American Zen" counts as one of the more ambitious works ever published in The Dewdrop.
A gentle and joyful invitation to intimacy and love towards ourselves by Saint Lucian poet Derek Walcott.
BY QUINCY MCMICHAEL Snow is water, and water conducts electricity, but the electric fence will not fire as usual, buried three feet deep.
BY SARA MCAULAY I’ve come here for raptors. Left my campsite at dawn, hiked down through blue shadows to the meadow.