Arts & Culture Poem
m.nicole.r.wildhood March 21, 2017

her gloveless hands presenting dusty news
her crisp brown eyes rising and quickly plummeting to her graying sneakers with each
squeaky swipe of the automatic doors as shoppers exit, heavy bags swinging from
their elbows

Arts & Culture Poem
February 15, 2017

Al Kiddush Hashem (to sanctify His name)

We will climb this last cold hillside

where morning leaves its breath

upon the uncomplaining stones,

its voice of light come just beneath

the sky’s grey arch and arbor.


Arts & Culture Poem
Philip Metres February 10, 2017

Indeed, the very hairs of your head are all numbered. Do not fear; you are more valuable than many sparrows (Lk 12:7).

Arts & Culture Poem
Meena Alexander January 11, 2017
You are in a country I have never seen.
Arts & Culture Poem
Christian Wiman January 11, 2017
It was the flash of black among/the yellow billion.
Arts & Culture Poem
David Craig December 22, 2016
“No king has ever calmed these waters. No prophet leaves trouble behind. This world is way-station collapse. “The higher You rise, small One, the greater will be your fall, because the lost are who You need, and they will not follow willingly, nor for long. &ldqu