The unintentional authoring of a line that reveals something profound to a reader, remains a mystery to the author herself.
Adam Jon Miller offers readers a peek at a part of series of poems inspired by the ancient Chinese poets with his "anthology".
Here at The Dewdrop, we can't help but to be reminded of the late great Mary Oliver when reading Ellen White Rook's tremendous "On Waking".
Albert Einstein lays out his living philosophy and the set of ideals that he held in his personal, spiritual and political life.
Pablo Neruda wonders at the draw that pulls us in to the unknown, shifting ablutions that are the action of the sea and of water.
Amy-Sarah Marshall's poem 'Shelled' touches on feelings of loss and remembrance through a minimal and pared-down verse.