About Author: Jean L. Kreiling

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Jean L. Kreiling’s poetry has appeared in sev­eral jour­nals, includ­ing Ekphra­sis, The Evans­ville Review, The Edge City Review, The For­mal­ist, The Lyric, Phoebe, and SLANT. Her work was awarded prizes in the 17th Inter­na­tional Poetry Com­pe­ti­tion (spon­sored by the World Order of Nar­ra­tive and For­mal­ist Poets, 2003), and was nom­i­nated for a Push­cart Prize in 2000.

Posts by Jean L. Kreiling

by Jean Kreiling

Rite of Spring

by Jean Kreiling

by Jean L. Kreiling

Imperfect Rat

by Jean L. Kreiling

The man in 10B kneads his hands and closes his eyes; […]

Flying Companion

The man in 10B kneads his hands and closes his eyes; […]

(Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony) You sit behind the orches­tra, spell­bound by com­plex […]

In the Alto Section

(Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony) You sit behind the orches­tra, spell­bound by com­plex […]

Their gaudy dig­nity a para­dox, their pri­vate cen­ters dark but half-exposed, […]

Georgia O’Keeffe’s “Oriental Poppies”

Their gaudy dig­nity a para­dox, their pri­vate cen­ters dark but half-exposed, […]