June 7, 2021
A trio of poems by Donald M. Hassler: "Conservative Values from 1859-1860," "Family Ties and Generation Sonnet," and "A Sonnet of Cacophony."
February 25, 2021
"The Wolves Are Out," "Clara's Bees," "Bloody Marys," "For a Champion," and "A Note to One Deceased."
September 30, 2020
"But perhaps if we can use the time to climb / The peaks of loneliness the view will clear / And style can yield a little fruit."
"How have we lost our courage, O my Muse! / The daily headlines surely must confuse / The reader who’s aware of how men acted / In history when not by fear distracted."
September 25, 2020
"The mayor tells us we have to go away / the bailout comes tomorrow, not today / unless we’re rich enough to pay to play / and then the government will find a way"
January 3, 2020
September 3, 2019
A reflection on numbers past and present.
A modern college love story with a flare of kangaroo courts and Title IX.
May 31, 2019
A new poetry submission on the "foolish ideas of a generation."
Poems on "each persuading each" and the legacy of great conversation.