Tag Archives: Mother’s Day


Editor’s Note: In honor of Mother’s Day, I have gathered together some of my favorite poems that I’ve featured on this series over the years that consider motherhood from a plethora of perspectives, for motherhood is such a multi-faceted experience. … Continue reading

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Things to Worry About

Things to Worry About by Norah Buckley Vawter Dear Mothers, Things to worry about: Worry about the planet. Worry about your children’s welfare. Worry about your family and friends. Worry about not wasting your life. Worry about kindness and love. … Continue reading

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From HEMISPHERE By Ellen Hagan: RIVER. WOMAN. I. Downriver is always long & always flailing, finding where our lives begin, intersect?  You, your bones the humped slope of nose browned skin of home. You, sand. You, ocean. You, bending & … Continue reading

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