Note: This poem is originally formatted in cascading lines, like the cascades of rose petals falling through our life. I apologize that I am not able to harness the technology to reproduce this beautiful format on this platform. Your love: a cascade of shimmering meteors, a cascade of yellow petals. Striding through the aperture of […]
I’ve got this quarantine and social distancing thing down. During the course of half a century, I have developed the abiity to adapt to major life disruption. How do I maintain a positive outlook in the face of tragedy with dignity? Visit http://www.worldtradewidow.com to read my response to the current pandemic.
In the gather, the organizing, the binding, I am knowing you, again. As the rings are thread through the die-cut hollow along the margins of each page, your story is bound with mine. Read more at http://www.worldtradewidow.com
Back in the early eighties, when my late husband Dave and I were dating, I was away at college in upstate NY, where we met, and he was living with his parents two hundred miles away, having already graduated. We met at SUNY Cortland in the first weeks of my freshman year, when Dave was […]