This week on Babbling of the Irrational

For the week of November 20th

Poet Mark Barkwitz considers death in “Wolves Howl at the Moon”.

In “Tea Time”, Alexander Jones returns to tell us a story about his childhood.

Featured contributor Sara Montenegro spins a tale of lost love in “She is Sorry for His Loss”

In another of his “Whatever” series, poet Harry Ricciardi explains how sorrow can affect him.

There will be no posts this Thursday in observance of Thanksgiving. We at Babbling of the Irrational wish you all a great holiday.

If you are interested in seeing your work featured on Babbling of the Irrational, check out our submissions page.

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