Carnival 2020 and Other Poems

By Fabrice Poussin Carnival 2020 Mardi-Gras in April extending those days of glee when revelers saunter the avenues seeking another merry melody. Yet they lack the luster of old hiding in shame behind blue fabric they wish they might breathe inhale forgiveness in the shadows. Stumbling in fear of the unseen they stare at their … Continue reading Carnival 2020 and Other Poems

Now That They Are Gone and Other Poems

By Fabrice Poussin Now That They Are Gone It’s not that they died that those tender eyes rot in the dirt after tears were shed to fill their graves. It’s not that they rest amidst concrete stones ice in winter steaming with eerie ghosts in balmy summer nights. It’s not only that we miss their … Continue reading Now That They Are Gone and Other Poems