melissa christine goodrum – & then we saw the daughter of the Minotaur

& then we saw the daughter of the Minotaur                               written for Leonara Carrington’s painting in the center a minty petalled tissue with a flower for a face eyes! two but small buddings meet & grow in a sculpted valley above the nose & under gill-like whiskers a plum robe drapes velveteen & obscures its most […]

Melissa Christine Goodrum’s something sweet & filled with blood, Reviewed by Brian Fanelli

Melissa Christine Goodrum something sweet & filled with blood great weather for MEDIA Reviewer: Brian Fanelli Poetry has always had a rich relationship and conversation with other art forms, and some of the most anthologized poems are ekphrastic poems, be it Keats’s “Ode to Grecian Urn” or Anne Sexton’s “The Starry Night.” The impact of […]