I’ve had a pretty uneventful love life, a fact of which I am neither proud nor ashamed. It is what it was, and will continue being as it has been. Perhaps the simplicity of my experience is why I’m drawn to poetry about this vital part of human existence.
- The timing might be coincidental, but Henna Johansdotter‘s tale of her spare-part lover seems appropriate for the holiday two days from now
- Sarah Doughty visits the familiar theme of unrequited love in a way that seems fresh and original
- The title of Utsav Ray’s poem is appropriate play of words to his gut-punch of a poem