Two Poems by Antony Di Nardo

Photo by Daniel Norris from Unsplash Deer I am sitting reading in the giant shadow of Mt. Washington here on its northern side, hundreds of miles away in lockdown, devoted for the moment to the life and thoughts of other people’s characters. I am rummaging through an...

Poems by Antony Di Nardo

Old Montreal, Image by Maria Elena Zuniga from Unsplash Radio Classique Montreal I’m out of sorts I want to use the word penumbra in a sentence and then it happens I was reading Brautigan all day yesterday and Girl is the title of that Beatles’ song I just remembered...

Love in a Time of Distancing

Love is but a syllable in a booktwo other words are you and metogether we determine how brightthe last light leaves the day you talk in terms of candlesI quote variations on a simple wordfor luminouswe agree to flatten the curve with a kiss the cello plays Billie...