“Late and soon, getting and spending
We lay waste our powers”
Let us desire two or three things only
(Nothing actually being ours)
Lives not run by clocks. Days
Equal to our books. And
A great love—as enduring
As it is innocent.
is a consulting editor, writer, photographer, and amateur astronomer. She lives near and works in Boston and has an MA degree from the University of Massachusetts. She has upcoming or published poetry in the South Florida Poetry Journal, Viewless Wings, and Please See Me.