In today’s Community, we are honored to re-introduce poetry and prose by Juan Wynn, Jr. and Jeanne Althouse.
For All the Half-Children
“The first time someone referred to you as my half-brother…”
Portrait of Enduring Love as a Seasonal Haircut
“Two years ago, my mother traded
thick ropes of kite string dreads
for an afro cloud of frost…”
When You Hum, I’m as Happy as a Giraffe
“Tonight is as dark as the back of a throat
and you’re playing my favorite song
behind your lips, mouth closed….”
The Banyan Review
November 29, 2020
Love in the Time of Covid
“On Sunday, May 24, 2020, I meet Gram’s friend, Ralph.
Coronavirus deaths in the United States near 100,000. Over 350,000 deaths are reported worldwide. The New York Times fills the entire Sunday front page with death notices of 1,000 U.S. victims…”
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