Poetry

  I need patience today, so I Google it to find patience comes from patientia, meaning sufferance, submissiveness, passiveness, enduring—all of this without complaining. Patience, an old-fashioned name the Puritans borrow from the Bible and... Read More

Archaeology

“The monster of modernity must be slowed.” —Roger Cohen, May 8, 2020, the New York Times Water, lime and sand made an ancient holy space—smothered by conquest’s heavy stones. As the conqueror’s walls collapse with... Read More

Poetry by Morgan Driscoll

Stimulated Economy High above and in between the tropics on the darker continents ignored or mostly ignored in the places where the latte’s poured, the coffee cherries, picked and sorted, prepped to dry, lie on... Read More

The Prisoner’s Lament

They want me to be nonviolent, And surround me with violence. They want me to make better choices, And remove all meaningful choice. They want me to respect the law, And entangle me in petty... Read More