Browsing All posts tagged under »#PoetryMonth«

Guest Poet: Lorenzo Casanova

April 14, 2020


I’m excited to introduce a guest poet today! Meet Lorenzo!   Hi, I’m Lorenzo Casanova, an AHS graduate from the class of 2005. I am currently finishing my MA in English Literature at Texas University A&M-San Antonio. April is poetry month, and I’m honored to share my writing and artists that I admire. I’ve been […]

Talking Titles & Speaking Spines

April 7, 2020


What poems are hiding in these stacks of books?

Corona Haiku 2020

April 6, 2020


One Coronavirus– aka COVID19– I don’t want to die! Two We are unprepared to save all–without money. Where are all the masks? Three Whose lives have value? Whose lives have none? Who will decide who will die? Four Fear can paralyze. How do I keep living my life knowing I might die? Five The garden: […]

In Gratitude For Healthcare Workers

April 3, 2020


I offer this collection of poetry by and about healthcare workers, from a place of deep gratitude.

Teacher’s Prayer

April 2, 2020


May the sunrise fill us with joy as we greet each new day. May the work we do be meaningful: right livelihood, in service to the People. May the soil be fertile, water potable, air breathable, food bountiful. May our classrooms echo with questions from children who are allowed to grow though free play and […]

April Poetry Brings May Jubilee

April 1, 2020


April is poetry month. Let's begin in hope.