A poem about the constant pressures and criticisms imposed by oneself and society.
A poem about the randomness of hope and hopelessness.
A short poem about your generation, and mine, and theirs.
A poem about how easy it is for people to destroy the environment.
A brief dinner conversation between husband and wife.
A short poem about being distracted from love.
Steven Abbett processes his difficult relationship with his father as he processes his father’s death.
A short poem about how men confuse objectification with conversation and societal norms with consent.
A short poem about identity and deprecation.
A high-school student undergoes a transcendental experience while trying to finish his school paper on Walt Whitman.