Two poems by alum Daye Phillippo (poetry, ’14) appear in the Adirondack Review:


Across three brown fields and as many roads,
a round white barn and its square white house,
the barn, thimble-sized from here. Above these
the sky going on and on for miles, the way
Winslow Homer in the French countryside,
painting Cernay la Ville perhaps en plein air, his sky,
summer blue and cumulous, most of the canvas.

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