Poem of the Week: “The Trace of Hope from Lock 29: Advent 2018,” by David Adams

  The Trace of Hope from Lock 29*: Advent 2018 ~David Adams   He shuffles through December rain that is waiting to be snow, waiting to be darkness. The river winds and bubbles, today its power more a rumble than a roar. He stands before the remnants of the lock that lifted the canal boatsContinue reading “Poem of the Week: “The Trace of Hope from Lock 29: Advent 2018,” by David Adams”

Poem of the Week: “After Apple-Picking,” by Robert Frost

Center for Poetry intern Allison Costello said this about her choice for this week’s poem: “I chose this classic poem because I wanted something reflective to close out the autumn season. I think this semester has been a tough one for many people, and there’s nothing quite like the wise comfort (and touch of sorrow)Continue reading “Poem of the Week: “After Apple-Picking,” by Robert Frost”