The tragic poems of Barbara DeCesare explore a world in which some of us feel too much, some of us feel too little, and most of us vary between these two states, uncertain how to feel or how to deal with the burdens and horrible confusions of love and life. These are poems of jealousy and rage, adoration and devotion, and the way the lines between these states blur.
Barbara is the author of one full-length book of poetry, Jigsaw Eyesore.
Barbara's works here at Unlikely Stories are:
2:30 AM Pennsylvania Avenue
Dogs and Doves
Like No Plague