every water

My favorite poem by Lucille Clifton: the mississippi river runs into the gulf and the gulf enters the sea and so forth,none of them emptying anything,all of them carrying yesterdayforever on their white tipped backs,all of them dragging forward tomorrow.it is the great circulationof the earth’s body, like the bloodof the gods, this river inContinue reading “every water”

Too Long and Almost

Between the virus and the cost of travel, we haven’t seen each other recently. But spring is here, medical science is finding new ways to keep people healthy, it’s almost April-National Poetry Month, and my book, questions for water, will appear in just a few weeks! I’m thrilled to finally have a full-length book coming out. It’s taken severalContinue reading “Too Long and Almost”