Recent poetic publications.

August 3, 2017

 

 

"Solicitude" is a poem that addresses environmentalist themes. It was published in Poetry Quarterly: https://prolificpress.com/bookstore/poetry-quarterly-c-1/poetry-quarterly-spring-2017-p-214.html

 

"Different You" is a prose poem about the ways in which we try to ford the chaos of a tumultuous universe. It is about finding meaning in the meaningless and redrawing the lines between truth and assumption. "Different You" raises questions about identity and personal relationships in the context of this uncertainty. The prose poem can be read in the latest issue of Inwood Indiana: https://prolificpress.com/bookstore/inwood-indiana-c-4/the-pop-machine-p-205.html

 

"Discovery," a love poem, appears in "California's Best Emerging Poets: An Anthology." That anthology can be purchased via Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Californias-Best-Emerging-Poets-Anthology-ebook/dp/B074LZQLST/

 

"Paw Prints in a Concrete Sidewalk" extrapolates wider meaning from a minute observation. Currently, it can be read online here: http://dualcoastmagazine.com/paw-prints-concrete-sidewalk-david-pring-mill/

 

"A Morning in Manhattan" is about a young runaway, living in New York City and trying to deal with his own internal trauma. He wanders through a wintery and urban landscape that mirrors the chaos inside. The poem can be freely read online, here: http://www.songsoferetz.com/2017/06/a-morning-in-manhattan-by-david-pring.html

 

"The Birds and the Bees" is a love poem that examines the true source of our joy. It is available here, for free: http://www.songsoferetz.com/2017/08/the-birds-and-bees-by-david-pring-mill.html

 

"American Saga" is a poem about love, hope, and conquest. These themes are explored within a small town mythology. This poetic work can also be read online, with ease, by going here: http://www.songsoferetz.com/2017/08/american-saga-by-david-pring-mill.html

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