It was a day that changed us all. A day that broke us all. A day we’ll all remember, even when we try to forget what we’ve been told to never forget.
For National Poetry Month, we’re featuring more Brian McGackin poetry. Here’s one that might make your heart race just a bit faster.
Go somewhere you can be alone—your car, your bedroom, in a park full of people. Then read this poem aloud.
A couple sits on a beach blanket nearby. The movement seems like more than just enjoying the sunshine, the breeze, the sound of the ocean.
Are you awake? Hello? There you go, dreaming again. Just a layabout, dreaming the day away. But where it takes you, the feeling might be worth it.