Poets Are Not A Monolith: YOU

Photo by Esha Montgomery Earlier this month, I stood in-front of my table selling poetry books, mugs, handmade fabrics and jewelry. A tall fellow comes by and begins to thumb the pages in one of the books. With a slight grin he says, I thought poetry is supposed to be sweet. I replied, No, I … Continue reading Poets Are Not A Monolith: YOU


Photo by Polina Tankilevitch on Pexels.com Diamonds Sell me a dream worth buying You offer me jewelry drenched in cubic zirconia And attempt to say their diamonds Even if we're just going for a walk in the town The truth is more exciting Material things rust and break But what we have will remain There … Continue reading Diamonds