These poems made their way across my Twitter feed between April and June 2020.
An intricate, heavy narrative. Part of what this poetry collection shows is how the embodiment of people, animals, and objects can convey information.
After spending 2018 with poems of grief (as previously posted on this blog: Part 1: Immediacy, Part 2: Identity, Part 3: What Happens Next), I continued to read more poems. Here’s what I stumbled across during the first eight months of 2019. Because I felt… Continue Reading “Among my favorite poems read in 2019”