Daily Archive: Wednesday, November 23, 2016

Letter to a divided nation

As our nation segues from a rancorous election season to a day of thanksgiving, I wish to speak up for gratitude and optimism. And for a change agent exceedingly more influential than any politician who’s ever lived. November 8th, the pundits keep telling us, was a “change election.” Yet despite the rhetoric of change from

Poem: In Vitro

Photo Credit Illustration by R.O. Blechman Aristotle wrote that poets are those who have “an eye for resemblances,” unexpected likenesses that only by means of the poem reveal themselves to us as true. This poet sees such an unexpected resemblance between medical forms and the scalp of an “unreal child,” presumably a desired one, and