Poem of the Week: “The Appeal of Antiques” by Allan Peterson

The Appeal of Antiques By Allan Peterson The intriguing comfort of an imagined past is entered through objects the same way we continue the present but without nostalgia Parents so long for happiness they say one life is not enough and live through their children But children also live backwards through past candles crank telephonesContinue reading “Poem of the Week: “The Appeal of Antiques” by Allan Peterson”