Excerpt from Technological Daffodils by Michelle Cameron


The following poem appears in our Spring/Summer 2019 issue. The entire issue is available in print or digital format.

With one click
Wordsworth eviscerates
his inner eye

able to view
his daffodils


on Facebook

and there they’d be


unformed by poetry

Michelle CameronMICHELLE CAMERON’S The Fruit of Her Hands: the story of Shira of Ashkenaz  relates the life of the author’s 13th Century ancestor, Rabbi Meir of Rothenberg. Publisher’s Weekly praised the novel’s “powerful immediacy” and Library Journal its “rich details.” Her full-length novel in verse, In the Shadow of the Globe, was named the Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey’s 2003-4 Winter Book Selection. Her forthcoming historical novel, Beyond the Ghetto Gates, will be published by SheWrites Press in April 2020. Michelle is a director of The Writers Circle, which offers creative writing workshops to children, teens, and adults in five NJ locations.

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