I’ll Save You
Poetry

I’ll Save You

“It’ll be sweltering, a bright sun overhead. I’ll be under a tree, writing, children will be laughing somewhere, the sound carried on the breeze. I’ll have a picture of my lover on my lap. My hair might be graying or still in the brown of youth. “I’ll save you.” “I’ll lie in the grass, feel … Continue reading

The Poet
Poetry

The Poet

1. She wrote her first poem in a neon pink marble notebook, the seams unravelling in her heavy penned hand. She promised to aspire to Whitman and Szymborska. She whispered Rilke in her sleep, always in her dreams, she was the violinist playing those two strings. 2. Energy pulsed up her spine like insects, at … Continue reading