An Evening in Two Stanzas at the minutiae

My poem, "An Evening in Two Stanzas," is up at the minutiae. They're a new journal focusing on micro poetry, flash fiction and short essays.  You can check it out here:  


Desdamona’s Plea

Once upon a time, when I was a younger and more studious person, I wrote a Shakespearean sonnet. The speaker was Desdamona, pleading with Othello to see that she is a faithful wife. This was probably written in 1999, so it's not exactly antique, but it is well on it's way to being vintage.


You never said you would do it. Not in so many words, but like an oracle you told the future as we huffed pot fumes in your bedroom and studied the Delphi. You said you couldn't see a future where you existed. I had no vision for myself, but I knew I would be alive. You told... Continue Reading →

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