2011 01 05

Almanac — Marko Marulić d.1524; Thomas Pringle b.1789; Alexander Smith d.1867; Humbert Wolfe b.1885. William De Witt Snodgrass b.1926. Humbert Wolfe d.1940. Vasko Popa d.1991.


  1. Kill — Sandra Meek [Guernica] “…straining / to search the one direction / no one any longer would be coming.”
  2. Farsickness — Megan Harlan [Poetry Daily] “…in need of distance / as a horizon of prayer…”
  3. First Light — Jim Powell [The Writer’s Almanac]
  4. in the story of my eyes (3) — Cindy Savett [No Tell Motel]
  5. My Heart — Kim Addonizio [Poets.org] Been there, bought the fridge magnet.
  6. Piute Creek — Gary Snyder [Poetry Out Loud]
  7. The Football Match — [Anonymous] [Representative Poetry Online]
  8. The Brother — Michael Donaghy [Poetry Archive]
  9. Upstream — Carl Sandburg [Everyday Poems] Just in time, eh?
  10. Sonnet V — William Shakespeare [Shakespeare’s Sonnets]
  11. Spring-tide — [Anonymous] [The Oxford Book of English Verse] Timing’s a bit early, but somewhere inside here’s always a touch of spring.
  12. Easel — Rebecca Bernard [Word Riot]
  13. Heart’s Needle — W. D. Snodgrass (b.1/5/1926) [Poets.org]
  14. Whiteout — Richard Schiffman [2River View] It’s how we explain it away: we white out all but what fits, then speak of it as found and think of them as lost.
  15. Union Square — Sara Teasdale [Poetry Foundation]
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One Response to 2011 01 05

  1. verseperse says:

    New link for today’s Shakespeare reading is Sonnet V.

    See the comments made on Jan 13.

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