Rewriting

For My Thirty-third Forty-fifth Birthday  Four times ten has run around the globe. Along the way she picked up five more: a gull winging to fortune, a wasp buzzing villainy, a blond crested hawk surveying the increments, two mourning doves in flight The companions, with sails blazing, frequent glassy seas, blue-green … Continue Reading Rewriting

ORIGINS: “Lucifer Falls, New York” by Amy Nawrocki

Originally posted on JMWW:
In today’s ORIGINS, Amy Nawrocki talks about the inspiration for her poem “Lucifer Falls, New York,” which appears in the summer 2013 issue of jmww: Three months before the wedding, my husband and I found my wedding band in a jewelry story in Ocean City, repacked…