The Illiterate Peasant

By Dee Artea The noble woman, in opulent attire and glittering jewelry, spoke to the peasant woman, who was wearing a long linen shirt over which she tied a plain skirt. Can you read or write? No. So, what good are you then? What good am I then? Yes, what good? Can you cook and … Continue reading The Illiterate Peasant

“Euphony”

By Thomas Page I am student teaching a senior level class in Washington, DC. They have to write some poems on these prompts. I decided to try all 30 of them. However, I will not say what the prompt was but what it number was. Prompt #19 The clatter of a thousand voices talking At … Continue reading “Euphony”