A son observes his father and, for the first time, sees the fragile man for who we is.
C. Josephson delivers a short poem about getting older and worrying about living to one’s fullest potential.
C. Josephson reflects on loss, love and the mystery of change.
August: known for its beautiful weather as summer nears its end, but also a time of pervasive melancholy for our author, triggered by a history of loss during this particular month.
Inspired by the idea of an aging toxic family member, C. Josephson’s poem Indebted describes the conflicted feelings of obligation, necessity, compassion, pity, resentfulness, and love.
We can all read the dictionary definition of Love, but shouldn’t we each define it?
A spoken word poem by Charles Baker.