It's just poetry, it won't bite

Southern Gothic Landscapes

03.31.13 Posted in today's words by

Laura Behr was a finalist in the 2012 Third Coast poetry contest. Her work has been published in The Cortland Review, Canyon Voices, The Cafe Review, Numero Cinq, Sense, em:me, and other fine journals. She recently completed a book of poetry, Cave Diving with Einstein, and a chapbook, Knife. Laura Behr lives in Montgomery AL. She is the […]


Sea Cow

03.30.13 Posted in today's words by

Harris Tobias’ most recent poem to appear here was Spring (March 2013). Sea Cow By Harris Tobias I saw the sea cow and her calfPass below me on the bridgeI saw themTake a breath and carry onSo calm in manner and in mindI marveled at their strengthTheir length and breadthSo docile and peaceful is their kindDespite their […]


Valentine

03.29.13 Posted in today's words by

Joan L Cannon is a Manhattan native. She has published short stories, 2 novels, and poetry. Most of her adult life was spent in rural CT. She now lives in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains in North Carolina. She contributes essays and book reviews regularly to Senior Women Web. Visit her blog.  Valentine By […]


Honoring Bob Christin: The Words and The Music

03.28.13 Posted in today's words by

It is with great sadness that I relate the news that Bob Christin has passed from this realm into the next. Bob was the founder and long-time leader of The Albright Poets, a Virginia-based writing group whose members have been kind enough to share a whole lot of their work here. A lifelong learner and […]


What the Women Wrote, 2

03.28.13 Posted in words to linger on by

This is the third in an ongoing series of poems by women living with cancer. The women who wrote this met at a day camp program in the summer of 2012. The most recent poem of the series to appear here, What the Women Wrote, 1, was published in February 2013. What the Women Wrote, 2By […]