To the Angel in My Living Room
by Daye Phillippo

Angel above the closet door, prone in flight among stars, trumpet to lip, long white gown and chestnut hair flowing, ribbon of old rose trailing beneath so as not to become entangled in wings. Framed in half-opened eye, framed in plastered transom, you sail motionless (though suggestive of motion) above history, the door’s creaky hinge, … Continue reading To the Angel in My Living Room
by Daye Phillippo

Daye Phillippo

Daye Phillippo is a graduate of Purdue University and Warren Wilson MFA for Writers. She is the recipient of The Elizabeth George Grant and a Mortarboard Fellowship for poetry. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in Shenandoah, Natural Bridge, Crux, Ruminate, The Fourth River, Cider Press Review and others. She teaches English at Purdue … Continue reading Daye Phillippo