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Tag Archives: coronavirus

found poem: the notion

found poem: what we become

found poem: wild

found poem: The painful

found poem: a postcard

found poem: LET’S

found poem: a stone’s

found poem: leaves

found poem: The walks

found poem: in unattended

found poem: Together

found poem: guilty

found poem: the messy

found poem: vulnerable

Poetry and Covid

found poem: past

found poem: in the afterword

found poem: weary

found poem: the noise

Bracken: corona hopelings

The wonderful literary journal Bracken has, since early April, offered an occasional series called corona hopelings. Here’s their definition of hopelings: “birds that live in the middle of your chest and feel things most acutely. Hopelings are migratory birds and travel regularly to Hope, no matter the distance. Corona hopelings are a mutated species of hopelings born out of response to coronavirus.” I am hugely honored that editor Alina Rios has selected three of my found poems for publication.
(If you enjoy them, I hope you’ll click on the little red heart at the bottom of the Bracken page!)

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