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Indians [$13.95], and the second Gregory Evans Dowd’s A Spirited Resistance: The North American Indian ... available bilingual edition of the more than 300 sonnets, madrigals, and other poems produced ... by Michelangelo over his long career. The poems reveal the artist’s innermost feelings about such universal themes ...
  Just seven years ago, I was lucky enough to find an incomplete draft of a Robert Frost poem ... that had escaped the attention of Frost scholars. The poem was published and ballyhooed as the last scrap ... That is why the discovery of a complete, unpublished, and heretofore unknown Frost poem is so staggering. VQR ...
of a bookstore. He knew well the poems from my last book.  He found me browsing the poetry section of a bookstore. ... One of those poems should not have been written. He found me browsing the poetry section ... of a bookstore. Someone with my last name should not have signed that poem. He found me browsing the poetry ...
February 20, 2006
Greg Orr, professor of Creative Writing at UVa, read on orginal essay, “On the Making of Poems ... hosted by Edward R. Murrow. When I write a poem, I process experience. I take what’s inside me—the raw, ... into the rhythmical language we call a poem. This process brings me a kind of wild joy. Before I was powerless ...
Let it be shorn, the poem’s lush holiness. Let locks be trimmed. Cut to the chase. How unchaste can ... the performance of a burlesque romp by someone who would rather keep her dress? Is that all poems can do to snatch ... cadence? Do I serve lip by thinking a poem is holy, not a hole to thrust things in, for the very sake ...
October 11, 2007
the editor at the time, quickly accepted. The poem Kohler chose, “Sonata with Some Pines,” was a longer piece ... taken from Neruda’s 1958 collection Estravagario, or Book of Vagaries, and the final poem in Belitt’s ... upcoming book Selected Poems of Pablo Neruda. It is a devastating piece, yet at the same time, strangely ...
kept on working. By 1975, when he published Vital Signs: New and Selected Poems, he had behind him 16 ... books: four Sutton novels, six Slavitt novels, and six books of poems. Vital Signs established Slavitt ... a master of tonal variety; within the same poem he can make shifts of tone which most poets would find too ...
of the poem on the other side of the poem I see a form in the shadows: legs, a breast, an obscured face ... and some who no longer walk Earth on the other side of the poem I am writing the poem ... in their immense silence of grief without reference each dawn on the other side of the poem comets streak the sky ...
Excerpt The poems of air are slowly dying; too light for the page, too faint, too far away, ... at the field’s edge. The grave of light is everywhere. The poems of air are slowly dying; too light for the page, ... or winter night the poems will cease. No one will weep, no one will look at the sky, A heavy mist will fill ...
Excerpt The poem emerges, head opened at the mouth, mouth   tilting toward the air. A new Venus ... to be a bird and not a fish, and probably that’s the difference between a poem and a poet. More probably, ... song. I did not think about fish. For the purpose of the metaphor, then, the poem was still  drowning. ...

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