Jacqueline Osherow – Spring Arrives Late to Salt Lake City
Why so hesitant, spring? What’s the problem?
I’ve never known you quite this shy.
You’re like a new girl in junior high,
avoiding the hallways, the lunch room,
“Every poem holds the unspeakable inside it. The unsayable… The thing that you can’t really say because it’s too complicated. It’s too complex for us. Every poem has that silence deep in the center of it.”
Lucia LoTempio – Mirror Theory
Elisa Gabbert – I could know him, and like him,
like liner notes to a jazz album.
Poetry Diary: interested in Oliver De La Paz’s work today after reading his comments on LinkedIn “Broems” today.
Oliver De La Paz: Aubade with Bread for the Sparrows