New Sonnet in The Hampden-Sydney Poetry Review

As a way to affirm spontaneity, play, and the pleasure of working with received form, the editors of The Hampden-Sydney Poetry Review put a challenge to a group of poets: compose a sonnet in less than an hour on one of five themes (A Walk, Silence, Water, Frames, and Containers). The results were beyond fabulous! With A. E. Stallings’ “Silence” and Maurice Manning’s “Rainstorm” for company (among others), I’m pleased to have my sonnet “Radio, Morning” included in the issue.

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