Here the Moon-Birds will sacrifice to you, our readers, a weekly poem which has caught our eye(s)—poems which invoke, in whatever way, witchy-ness, spooky-ness, the sacred feminine, the mysterious, or the otherworldly.
We have a guest post this week, from the positively ensorcelling Moon-Bird @elizabethhermione. She has the following to say about Louise Glück’s “Persephone the Wanderer” (published in Black Warrior Review, Winter 2018):
Glück is considered by many to be one of the bestest and brightest contemporary poets we have, so check out some of her collections at Indiebound or Amazon. If you want to know where to start, my two favorite collections are Wild Iris, and Faithful and Virtuous Night.
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