Posts tagged "love"
Online Exclusive: Celebrating the Poetry of Marylen Grigas.

Online Exclusive: Celebrating the Poetry of Marylen Grigas.

We at BROAD STREET were honored to publish some of the last work by beloved poet Marylen Grigas, who died in February 2017. Each one was illustrated by her niece, Riley McAlpine-Berthold, with whom Marylen had a remarkable collaborative relationship. We invite you to read about her struggles with cancer, the ironic illusion of home security, and...
Share This Poem:  "Suitor," by Ron Smith

Share This Poem: “Suitor,” by Ron Smith

We are pleased to present a poem from our latest issue, “Maps & Legends.” Here Ron Smith imagines one of the most legendary courtships in American history.  Whose courtship, you ask?  Hint:  Mount Vernon has requested a copy. “Suitor” is formatted as a broadside in two layouts.         Ron Smith recently served as the...
Share This Poem: "The Wind Telephone," by Stuart Gunter.

Share This Poem: “The Wind Telephone,” by Stuart Gunter.

“The dial tone is silent and the ringing reaches up to the clouds …” Your gift for a wintry Friday: We are proud to present a broadside of Stuart Gunter’s haunting poem. Download the poem and decorate a lonely booth in your own home or garden.     ********************************************************************************************************* Stuart Gunter‘s poems have been  published...
From Our Pages: "Prix Fixe--the table next to yours," by Thomas E. Kennedy.

From Our Pages: “Prix Fixe–the table next to yours,” by Thomas E. Kennedy.

Strangers share Christmas dinner in a Copenhagen restaurant. “You hope you don’t look too much like a lonely old guy … There are good astri over this night, and the ruby is the most powerful gem in the universe.”   Thomas E. Kennedy is an American expat who has lived in Copenhagen for more than thirty...
Share This Poem: "I Heard the Voices," by Mark Burke.

Share This Poem: “I Heard the Voices,” by Mark Burke.

“Draw the curtains but leave the window open; let the fingers in the breeze slide across your back…” Gray days demand a lyric, and Mark Burke has written a beautiful one about love and the break of dawn. Print out the broadside here, or enjoy “I Heard the Voices” in plain form below.    ...