Three poems with audio by Rebecca Foust (poetry, ’10) appear in The Cortland Review:
Parts of Speech
We came to a grove and you drew me in;
I wondered about our right to wander
where we would in that wood of old pine,
my hand in yours and yours in mine.
Fair was the raiment of cloud overhead.
Or it was not fair, or it was just
… to continue reading “Parts of Speech,” and to read “Let Deer” and “Moose, Bear and the Moon,” click here.