Two poems by Tess Barry

White Girl’s Sonnet for Barack Obama I come from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, from Donegal, from Croatia, from Mont Saint Michel, from Troy Hill, from a long line of immigrants, from steel mills, racists and bigots, from the city of bridges, the Mon and Yough rivers, from egalitarian blowhards, from an infant left in a basket in Dubrovnik/from the note attached to her blanket: we are opera … Continue reading Two poems by Tess Barry