Elisabeth Lewis Corley (poetry, ’10) and Mark Prudowsky (poetry, ’08) both have poems online at the Magazine of Arts and Humanities.
First Person Plural
by Elisabeth Lewis Corley
A woman falling—the rest goes by too fast.
The rest go by the fallen, on the pavement.
We breathe a little faster. We try not to see
the rise and fall. Or we recreate
the cavity as it emptied and filled.
We must not pause, it might be still...[Keep Reading]…
by Mark Prudowsky
Each April, a black rat snake emerges from the thaw,
make its way through the fresh and green timothy grass
to an old barn and climbs a creosote pole
twenty feet to a swallowtail’s nest under the roof...[Keep Reading]…