Tag Archives: Poetry

Little One

Imagining parents’ anguish, sending a child to work the breaker


“These guys know a hell of a lot more about us than we do about them”

The Lion

“Thundering across the landscape, the rails rumble beneath her wheels.”

Pennsylvania Dress Factory

NEPA’s overlooked textile industry, poeticized

Coal Shards

A poem about the loss of a loved one… and the loss of a place

Letter of Transit

A poem about poverty and immigration