Featured Poetry

Driving Lessons

Nov 08, 2017

Poem by Nausheen Eusuf

They offer, at least, some character, even plot, unlike the traffic cone on the curb.

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Mad Libs: Deep State

Oct 09, 2017

Poem by Susan Terris

It was the best of times, until the big man whose clock struck thirteen made it the worst of times.

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To the Curly-Haired Barista

Sep 18, 2017

Performance Poetry by Megan LeAnne

When I asked about your tea selection, what I really meant to say was Goddamn you’re pretty.

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Faculty Development Workshop

May 29, 2017

Poem by Julia Lisella

When should we run? After we have locked the door?

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Waterside at Mueller Lake Park

May 22, 2017

Two Poems by David Meischen

No creature wants such beauty, such attention.

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A Thousand Bluebirds

May 15, 2017

Poem by Maureen Seaton and Neil de la Flor

I know now what a smiley face can do, and I exercise it judiciously.

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Through, the Window

May 10, 2017

Poem by Rebecca Teich

Often, I try to tilt my chin up to look her smack in the eye.

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The Golden Record

May 08, 2017

TW Poetry Spotlight

We wanted to make a good impression. Maybe even to launch a conversation.

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Apr 26, 2017

Poem by Lucille Lang Day

Where does meaning lurk in a universe where mountains are mangy from fires and logging?

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Gauguin at the Fund-raiser

Apr 24, 2017

Poem by Jennifer Jean

'No, no, no,' said C, 'this dude cannot paint a lady.'

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