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Poem in Your Pocket Day: Share a poem

Poem in Your Pocket Day. Carry a poem to share with co-workers, family, and friends on April 29, 2010. Here’s Ernie Wormwood’s choice.–JGR ____________ If You Could Write One Great Poem What Would You Want It To Be About by Robert Pinsky (Asked of four student poets at the Illinois Schools for the Deaf and […]

Riehlife Poem-of-the-Day: “For Lucille Clifton & Progeny,” by Ruth-Miriam Garnett

Lucille Clifton was an American poet, writer, and educator from New York. Her poetry of African-American heritage and the female body gave insight and hope. Lucille was the first person in her family to finish high school and attend college. She started Howard University on scholarship as a drama major, but lost the scholarship two […]

Riehlife Poem-of-the-Day: “Small Machine,” by Ernie Wormwood

Ernie Wormwood is a dear friend of my dear friend and collaborator, Stephanie Farrow. Ernie is a mother, animal lover, transformative meditator, and poet. She lives in Leonardtown, Maryland. Recently, she published in Poetic Voices Without Borders 2 and in The Poet’s Cookbook. You can hear Ernie read “The Poet and the Poem” on Grace […]