Holding on to what is thrilling to us can be stifling and prevent us from paving the way for new experiences.
BY CYNDY CENDAGORTA As her friend fell sick while she fell in love, she realized we don't get to choose our miracles or our malignancies.
Eugene Platt's September Poem is a story of squandered romance, set against the backdrop of autumn's arrival.
Hillman's poem about uncertainty and regeneration acknowledges the vulnerability of human existence 'which is every moment / at the brink of death', standing, waiting, 'learning to love.'
BY ELIZABETH BLUE The car that had been broken into wasn't mine. It wasn't his, either. Technically it belonged to his girlfriend – his primary partner of fifteen years.
Poet Cristina Legarda's tender poem "Mary" is written from the viewpoint of the mother of Jesus Christ, as she looks back with a heart full of love and sadness at moments with her divine child.
BY JAMES SNOW Falling in love with someone in a foreign city poses the question: is it the person or the place I’m really in love with?
BY GILLIAN WILLS Wolfie the spirited lurcher brings his own brand of unbridled love home to a woman in a complex relationship.
Maggie Smith's beautiful and poignant poem about the how to parent and teach beauty to our children.
Philokalia means 'love of the beautiful and the good', and the writings that were added to this collection were mostly concerned with the importance of awakening and developing attention and consciousness.