Whoever you are: in the evening step out | of your room, where you know everything …
Read More »
Mary Oliver was an astonishing poet beloved by many and also a frequent contributor to PARABOLA over the years.
A poem by Emily Dickinson featured in Parabola Volume 43, No. 3, “The Journey Home,” Fall 2018
A child retells the legend of the Sumerian goddess Inanna and her descent to the Nether World.
Three Poems by Jane Yolen
Heavy drops, carrying more | than they can bear, fall from no- | where, bending leaves already | sagging, and one by one, | the leaves let go.
A poem by Yu Xuanji from the Winter of 1994.
A poem by Walt Whitman in our issue, Happiness.
A poem by Linda McCarriston
A short poem by A. R. Ammons