Arizona-based poet Lollie Butler’s poetry captures the horrors of refugees crossing the Sonora desert.
“Even Andrew Cuomo finds time to call his mother,” explains Oregon poet Christine Hamm, addressing the emotional impact of the long quarantine.
The Paris-based poet Judith Mahoney Pasternak puts the story of David & Goliath into a contemporary un-Biblical perspective.
California poet Jessica Cohn touches the early days of shelter-in-place “when hope was/a shell game.”
This extract from Nâzım Hikmet’s poetry speaks to the real crisis in these times of trouble.
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New York poet Esther Cohen addresses the suddenness of change and notices what hasn’t changed at all.