Tag: catherine bowman poetry


Featured Poem: House Arrest

By Catherine Bowman I confess to these feet, tethered to the earth, pulled down by force every time I jump or try to fly. Like you, an old tree sentenced us, keeps your wings under lock and key so we’ll bicker with the birds over scraps of weather and the privilege to sing or be seen. In the dark, we scavenge midnight, make chains … Read More Featured Poem: House Arrest