July 29, 2020

From the Rocks

Big Questions

In the mountains
the wind blows
on its way somewhere…

…a gnarled old cedar
grows from the rocks
its roots twisted deep

beneath its branches sits a man
scribbling big questions
in tattered pages…




Lines from The Night at My Throat by Brian Rihlmann [forthcoming from PonyOneDog Press]
and painting by artist by Carolyn Taylor

July 22, 2020

Poetry Reading, Ethan Goffman

Ethan Goffman reads from "The Music…"
The Music of the Aztecs by PonyOneDog Press




Video by Ethan Goffman from The Music of the Aztecs Launch Party 
at the Writers Center in Bethesda, Maryland
 

July 15, 2020

She Pretends

The Last Summer without Air Conditioning

…They sip OK Soda
from garnet goblets
as sun retreats into clouds
far from sunset or skyline.

She pretends that she can’t
see the city
that she is leaving,
but this is it,

the city that she is leaving… 





Lines from En Plein Air by Marianne Szlyk [forthcoming from PonyOneDog Press]
and photo by Artem Sapegin on Unsplash

In the Beginning

Poet You constellate the myths, O royal oracle of archetypes. Photo and poem by Jan Claire

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