Posts tagged "mourning"
Share This Poem: "Death Dance to the Stars (A Dream)," by Stuart Gunter.

Share This Poem: “Death Dance to the Stars (A Dream),” by Stuart Gunter.

“I am not meant to be here and I am dying on the way to my own funeral …” February weather may play tricks on us, and so (surprise!) can death. Your gift for the post-Valentine winding-down of our shortest month: this broadside featuring a remarkable poem by Stuart Gunter. Download to print the dance...
Online Exclusive: “Such a Beautiful Tomb,” by Charlotte Simmonds ... on looking out of the tomb, rather than into it.

Online Exclusive: “Such a Beautiful Tomb,” by Charlotte Simmonds … on looking out of the tomb, rather than into it.

“Even ifs have breath when empty tombs do not. Even ifs laugh or sob with me or tap me on the shoulder, as you do this minute now, my rational friend …” Telecoms box, Jerusalem, 2014. Photo by the author.   Such a Beautiful Tomb   One day someone told me a story. It was a story...
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 that you can print out at home.     ********************************************************************************************************* Stuart Gunter‘s poems have been  published or are forthcoming in magazines and journals...