“Ladies of this New World colony, / Leave the gentlemen to stuffy committees. / We all agree that Mother England has built a wall. / The fairer sex will brew Liberty tea and have a homespun ball!” Today’s featured work comes to us from retail pharmacist Jodi Adamson. “The Art of Tea, Textiles, and Other Commodities” was first featured in Chantwood Magazine Issue 16.
Another fantastic poem from Victor Altshul, “Modesty” is a poem that will knock your socks off with it’s subtlety and wit. This poem first appeared in Chantwood Magazine Issue 15: Special Poetry Edition.
“Sweet Sixteen” is our Featured Work today. Another wonderful poem from Patricia Lawler Kenet, we know you will enjoy this one as much as we did. This poem was first published in Chantwood Magazine Issue 15, Special Poetry Edition.
Today’s featured work comes to us from poet Victor Altshul. “Virtuoso” was featured in Chantwood Magazine Issue 15: Special Poetry Edition. It is truly a gem, one you will want to read and reread over and over again. Enjoy!
Today’s featured work comes to us from poet Patricia Lawler Kennet. “Winna the Dreamer” first appeared in Chantwood Magazine Issue 15, the first ever Special Poetry Edition. Enjoy!
Today’s featured poem come to us from poet Gerard Sarnat. “Very Own Hecuba” is a moving piece that we know you will enjoy! This poem is featured in Chantwood Magazine Issue 14.
Today’s featured work comes from poet William C. Blome. Though it remains “Untitled” it still packs quite a punch. From Chantwood Magazine: Issue 13 now available on Kindle Newsstand.
Summer to Winter by Katie Predick. Enjoy this week's featured poem from Chantwood Magazine: Issue 11.
Read "Little Darling," a featured poem by Chantwood Magazine's November Featured Poet Natalie Crick. See this and other fantastic works of poetry or submit your own work today!