Intro Whilst perusing the interwebs, we came across this wonderfully creative intersection of culture, perspective, and philosophy. Megan Willome, author of The Joy of Poetry: How to Keep, Save & Make Your Life With Poems, shares with us her thoughts on Rumi and Mac Miller. Wait, but why those two? A Ritual to Read to EachContinue reading “Mac Miller and Rumi Make a Ritual To Read to Each Other, by Megan Willome”
In honor of Ted Hughes Birthday, I share with you a few poems from “Birthday Letters.” The Birthday letters are addressed to literary giant, sylvia Plath, his love and first wife before her untimely death. Ted Hughes (1930-98) was poet laureate to the queen Elizabeth II.
The Poet you should be reading. Matt writes about isolation, and despair during a time where we can all relate.
I’m down to the wire with just one life left and every morning it starts anew, asking me if I’m ready. I never had a choice. I’ve been here before. I’m stuck in a maze and every time I think I found my way out, I open the front door into my own living room.
“The Cold” a Poem by Matt Loveit
He’ll beat you up. Both in the cage and in his prose. Tapping into our deepest fears of isolation and uncertainty, Matt has a profound understanding of what makes man vulnerable.
Between two worlds again; sleeping with the Nephilim. Always Negligent Written by Yovani J.M. Copyright to Mind on Fire Books.
Just some Monday thoughts from a quick writing prompt I collaborated on, along with two other poets on Haiku Jam to start the week. If you are enjoying this article, we have more great Literary content on The Ritual Blog here.