Photo and a Poem: August 16, 2019

August 16, 2019Photo by Mary Alice Wells AgingA Poem by Hilde Oleson Indeed, I feel it coming.It slips in with each dawn,Lingers through the nights,Puts clinging fingers round my psyche.Today I am a day older than yesterday.In a few years I will be a century old,But...

Photo and a Poem: August 9, 2019

August 9, 2019Photo by Jamie Demetriou  A Poem by Jamie Demetriou By this dune by this sacred seasoaring secretly my spirit flies releasing meheaven and heartrhythm of timewinds of changethe world is mine.   To submit your own photo or poem, email Assistant Library...

Photo and a Poem: August 2, 2019

August 2, 2019Photo by Clayton Nottleman To a Young Couple ArguingA Poem by Jan Kelly When our hair is white or grey or honeWhen our eyes see less, closing with a sighOur smile will be quieter, effortlessThen we will feel all the peace we didAlways have, unaware.   To...

Photo and a Poem: July 19, 2019

July 19, 2019Photo by Stephen Borkowski CancerA Poem by Jack R. Wesdorp The records in your atticare correct but erratic,whole chapters have gone missingwhen your captain went fishing.There’s some tantalizing crockswhen your ship first left the docks,there’s a lock of...