November 30th marks the 1st anniversary of “Car Poems.” Congrats to contributors and readers, and especially to fellow editors and production managers. Your poetic vehicles and visions helped us complete this long haul. Installment 37 rings in a melancholy new year. Felicia Sanzari Chernesky’s poems inhabit the sadder undersides of upscale New Jersey. Her speakers drive slowly, stubbornly noticing life’s petty cruelties and profound silences. *** The Median Standing wide and grey and tall and flanked by wild onion and preening daffodil, the median safeguards rushing soccer mommy vans and returning Lexus SUVs from colliding on the busy...Read More
Author: Felicia Sanzari Chernesky
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