In 2014, Kaur became an international best-seller for the work Milk and Honey, her book of poetry and prose. Due to the success of Milk and Honey, Kaur released her second book, The Sun and Her Flowers, in 2017, to similar success. Subject matter in Kaur’s poetry ranges from misogyny and racism to relationships, self-image … Continue reading Is Rupi Kaur a good poet?
Today I saw my friends again. Just the two of them, but it was enough for now. We ate sushi and miso soup at a Japanese restaurant near where I live. It was, as the old saying goes, hustling and bustling. A lot of college kids, but after all, I’m in a college town, now. … Continue reading Today I saw my friends again
Abbot Suger dreamt heaven was in the light, yet Chartres escapes me. © Hayden Tyler Church
If you have a nice lunch break at work or are just plain bored, please check out this free (I repeat: FREE) English journal, published by the FCTE (Florida Council of Teachers of English) and edited by Amie Myers, a wonderful human being and an English professor at Chipola College, in Marianna, Florida, where the … Continue reading Check this out – The Florida English Journal: a free, online academic journal
those black bars going, stopping, the trees’ top’s nearly above the closing gate
I feel spikey, a Gothic church's pinnacles pointing toward high.
These are all the things that P said to me that day. “I have a set schedule, and thank God I do. I work ten-to-three on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Sunday. I work on Thursday from one to seven because I have to go to a Narcotics Anonymous meeting at three, and I used … Continue reading Talking with P