From the poem, “Even the Uncle”:
These china plates hold three generations of meals
in their hairline cracks. The teacups, all the futures
they read in wet leaves. Families pass themselves
along like heavy tureens moving slowly down the table…”
Jennifer Frank’s poems have been published in journals and anthologies, including Kalliope, Phoebe, the Harwood Anthology and Looking Back to Place, and featured at several websites. She has worked on multiple projects involving poetry and the visual arts, including Cross-Pollination, a collaboration with artist Becky Holtzman, which was exhibited at the Harwood Art Center in 2004. She has been featured at many local readings.
You can find her by clicking here, or request more information on Jennifer from the guild
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