Marie Anzalone : Writing

That Was Monday

That Was Monday

A Poem by Marie Anzalone


Another devastating national tragedy. thoughts from an eerily similar location, 2 hours away. For the victims of the Fuego volcano, and every citizen ..
Trusting Glass

Trusting Glass

A Poem by Marie Anzalone


You question my preference for the other place- the one where people smile and greet me by name when I walk in; who do not shove a me..
Fast Enough

Fast Enough

A Poem by Marie Anzalone


Someone I cared about deeply, was killed this morning in an accident
Childless Mothers

Childless Mothers

A Poem by Marie Anzalone


Ask her. Ask the childless woman in your life how she feels on Mother’s Day. Ask her about being left out of brunches; not ..
Validation in a Sunset

Validation in a Sunset

A Poem by Marie Anzalone


"My heart is calling, telling me there are more mountains I must know like lovers’ bodies. I used to have its contour map sketched on my hand..
The First Rule of Living

The First Rule of Living

A Poem by Marie Anzalone


an exercise exploring the theme of satisfaction
Another Day

Another Day

A Poem by Marie Anzalone


a simple little love poem
Dialogue with the Moon Bird Woman

Dialogue with the Moon Bird Woman

A Poem by Marie Anzalone


I. On Women and the Night She comes to me in a waking dream, glowing, an owl’s face on a middle-aged woman’s body. Wings with ..
Firefighters

Firefighters

A Poem by Marie Anzalone


we were asked to write poems for the members of city's volunteer fire department, who recently lost a beloved member in the line of duty. This is my c..
Supernova

Supernova

A Poem by Marie Anzalone


I did not offer you the stars in the sky because they belong to no man and no woman to be given away like that. If I think of you wh..