Monthly Archives: June 2011

A Conversation With Lona

If Lona wanted to avoid him on the last day of his visit, then so be it. They had already spent the week ignoring each other in the hope of preventing another “one-sided discussion.” For the sake of his sister, however, he would at least make an attempt at a goodbye. David pushed open the…

An Ode to Form

With a heaving heart I cower at your pure aesthetic power, Lost on some, but I’m devoured by your sea of symmetry. Whitman wilted well-formed versing, many Moderns spurned it, cursing, But I revel in immersing, swimming in your patterny, Buoyant rhythms, metric tides, residing in your poetry. –No, it isn’t lost on me. Sad…