Carol Frost

Carol Frost has new poems in Solstice, A Magazine of Diverse Voices; in the anthology In the Shape of a Human Body, I am Visiting the Earth; and on the Academy American Poetry website Poem-A-Day.

  • Moss City

    City down to the last nuance is moss,

    We have seen you following the scent—
  • City Harbor

    How often we come to a headland and a city opens,

    Cockroaches ignored the winter dawn
  • Wilderness

    The mind is a wilderness like Bartram’s, razed, cemented over, marked by rows