On Saturday, I celebrated my fifth wedding anniversary with my husband. In honor of that milestone, this week’s featured pieces look at romantic love.
Dwayne Thorpe, in his poem “Falling in Love Again,” contemplates the interconnectedness of love, loneliness, perception and mortality.
Michele Hromada’s story, “Voodoo Love,” follows a woman willing to do anything to find true love.
Scott Stambach, in his introspective story, “The Quiet Catharsis of Igor Isaenko,” explores the possibility of love flourishing in the most poisonous setting.
Daniel J. Langton, in his poem, “In Ireland the Notes to the Milkman Are Poems,” uses a playful metaphor to describe passion.