Dimitri Papadopoulos returns us to innocence, nostalgia, and inspiration with his touching poem "burgundy and oak".
Joshua C. Allen's The White Oak Peninsula is an ode to a place, a nostalgic discourse into earthy wildness and days of youth and adventure that many of us can relate to.
BY NEIL ELLIS ORTS This farm boy wandered the acres of woods and explored the gully. I sat under the cedar that grew on a high bank, roots exposed, waiting for the right number of rains to let go.
This very personal and autobiographical poem of Seamus Heaney's harks back to the objects and curiosities of his youth.