What happened to the freedom of the sky?

I’m happy to have another poem in this month’s Visual Verse: An Anthology of Art and Words, Volume 8, Chapter 1, for which the image is an unusual one, a cartoon by John Samuel Pughe/Library of Congress. As ever, I’m in good company with Misky, Anmol and Kerfe, to name a few.

Why not read this issue of Visual Verse from the beginning. You can find my poem on page 63, or you can go directly to it by clicking here.

Linked to earthweal open link weekend #46.

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