Make of Yourself a Light by Hannah Wilson
We have been here past an hour,
The light has shifted to gray
The need for milk wakens in him.
splashes of laughter.
the poem says. But I think
Yes, Darling, it hurt. And don't you believe
by Ona Gritz
Ona Gritz's second book for children, Tangerines and Tea: My Grandparents and Me, was named Best Alphabet Book of 2005 by Nick Jr. Family Magazine. Her poetry has been published in numerous anthologies and journals, including Paterson Literary Review, Moment, The American Voice, Poetry East, Literary Mama, Flashquake, Ekphrasis, where she was a finalist for the 2004 Ekphrasis prize, and Tattoo Highway, where she was awarded first prize in poetry in their August 2005 Picture Worth 500 Words contest. Her chapbook of poems, Left Standing, was recently released by Finishing Line Press. Ona is also a columnist for Literary Mama.
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