A Poetry Mystery

Around mid-September, I opened my mailbox to find two booklets, individually wrapped in plastic, just sitting among the normal junk coupons I recycle. I pulled out the July/August 2018 and the September 2018 issues of POETRY Magazine, run by the Poetry Foundation. Unless I’ve developed a sleepwalking habit, […]

Ep 6: “Harlem,” Langston Hughes

Harlem What happens to a dream deferred?       Does it dry up       like a raisin in the sun?       Or fester like a sore—       And then run?       Does it stink like rotten meat?       Or crust and sugar over—       like a syrupy sweet?       Maybe it just sags       like a heavy load. […]

Under Construction!

Hello! I just wanted to thank everyone who continues to follow this blog. I know I haven’t been super active lately, though I’ve got some exciting plans in the works! Kindly continue to follow me, I really appreciate it, and I’ll keep y’all posted on what’s coming up! […]