Three poems by Jeneva Burroughs Stone (Poetry ’07)

Poetry alumn Jeneva Burroughs Stone was recently featured in Posit Journal. Read an excerpt of “MRI” and find a link to the full text of the poems below:


His brain a sort of imagistic jazz: cacophony of white and gray
juxtapositions. Darkened areas like the bruised dead, but without
death’s grip or grin. Cold white crenellations of the cerebrum,
apparently set on pause.

My anticipation is itself a form of knowledge.