To live through the days sometimes you moan like deer. Sometimes you sigh. The world says stop that. Another sigh. Another stop that. Moaning elicits laughter, sighing upsets. Perhaps each sigh is drawn into existence to pull in, pull under, who knows; truth be told, you could no more control those sighs than that
Browse the list below for poems about America.
|2006||Last Century||Wyatt Prunty|
|1860||I Hear America Singing||Walt Whitman|
|2012||The Blank of America||Terese Svoboda|
|2014||The Documents||Terence Winch|
|2014||valentine for Sally Hemings||Sojourner Ahebee|
|2013||Black Laws||Roger Reeves|