Terry Savoie September 06, 2019
Into their once full garden that’s now/ close to barren, two ancient nuns shuffle/ along looking for a few late autumn blossoms/ to paint their lives.
Maryann Corbett August 22, 2019
Be praised, O Lord, for this bit of mystery, / which lifts, which lightens.
Joe Hoover, S.J. May 31, 2019
Entrants to this year’s contest included poems about human trafficking, the Mueller Report, priestly abuse and screen addiction.
Peter Bethanis May 17, 2019
I know your ghost still drifts like a dirty angel through this town.
Jessica Powers April 05, 2019
A poem by Jessica Powers from The Second “America” Book of Verse, a collection of the best of America poetry, 1930 to 1955.
And reading poetry, like the books in our 2018 poetry review, can be a great way to not make perfect sense of a thing, but to just be with a thing.