Holding On

Anne Dreyer

The roses, coral, 

opened, overnight.

 

Just last evening at dusk

the size of a newborn’s

tightly clasped fist.

Anne Dreyer is a poet, classical vocalist, and mother who loves the intersection of poetry and music. She writes of the natural world, ancestry and the everyday. Her work is forthcoming in Wood Cat Review. As a singer, she has performed at numerous venues across the United States, including the Kennedy Center under the baton of Lorin Maazel. She lives in Westchester, New York with her husband, their two children and Violet, a golden retriever.