“Crescendo” & Other Poems Worth Your Eyes

by Adam Friedman

I happened across these brilliantly crafted poems this week & thought I’d share them with you. In particular, “Crescendo” will take something from you & refuse to return it.

“Crescendo” by Rickey Laurentiis

“I think my body is prosthetic, she said” by Christian Anton Gerard

“Language Lesson” by Ysabel de la Rosa

“Fugitive Memory” by Penelope Scambly Schott

“For the Weight of Gravity in Early Autumn” by Adam Clay

“The Body Apologizes for Almost Everything” by Leslie Adrienne Miller


3 responses to ““Crescendo” & Other Poems Worth Your Eyes

  1. Still breathless from “Crescendo.” Thanks.
    Went to school with Adam Clay at Fayetteville. He always rocks my world. Glad to see him on your list.

    Hope you are well.

  2. Really loved “Language Lesson.” Thanks for sharing.

  3. I am honored that you included my poem Language Lesson int this post. Thank you so much. Also glad to find your site/blog. Nice combination of visual and verbal. Laced together with one strong and interesting voice.
    Ysabel de la Rosa

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