Blankets and stars (a poem)

A slightly frustrating day yesterday—but I did manage to write something… The stars aren’t likely to show tonight cloud cover sits heavy above lights and sirens forming a blanket fort over the city We sit comfortably on living room sofas watching sitcoms and old movies laughing and crying and dreaming The blankets are warm and [...]

Cortege (a poem)

Today’s prompt in The Daily Poet, by Kelli Russell Agodon and Martha Silano is to write in a different way than usual, whether that be in a different form or style, using different imagery or words, etc. The poem I wrote just before this one probably achieves that goal more successfully—but I like this one better. It was inspired [...]