I took "Crush," and I'm leaving "One Sparrow in a Flock of Sparrows from Here On" by Sheila Squillante in its place: http://typomag.com/issue05/squillante.html. Enjoy!
Thanks for stopping in, Gillian, and for leaving a poem. I'm looking forward to reading it.
I took "Wondrous" (it made me tear up) and am leaving Jim Moore's "A Summer Afternoon, Venice" http://minnesota.publicradio.org/collections/special/columns/state-of-the-arts/archive/2010/03/minnesota-poetry-jim-moores-a-summer-afternoon-venice.shtml
I'm happy "Wondrous" touched you, Kathleen. Thank you for leaving a poem here too.
What an awesome idea. I took Saeed Jones' poem and I'm leaving Laura Kasischke's poem Kitchen Song. http://www.poets.org/viewmedia.php/prmMID/16314
Thanks, Val. I appreciate you stopping by, taking Saeed's poem, and leaving a new one for me to read.
I'm taking "Yesterday" by Merwin and leaving "Winter Stars" by Larry Levis.http://www.blackbird.vcu.edu/v6n2/poetry/levis_l/winter_stars.htmThanks to Kathleen for taking "Wondrous."
Thanks, Sara! And thank you for your incredible poem.
"The Writer" by Richard Wilbur. Perfect for orienting me again to my students this time of year. :) Great idea!
Thanks, Emily. I'm off to look that one up. Have a great rest of your week!
What a wonderful way to become inspired! I believe I will take "Crush" and I will leave "Theories of Time and Space" by Natasha Tretheway http://www.poets.org/viewmedia.php/prmMID/19072
Thanks, Ashley! Hope you've had a lovely weekend.
I am DYING over "Crush". Poetry gets to me so deeply in such a short time, it's like nothing else. Just what I needed on a multi hour bus ride
Happy to hear you loved that poem. Thanks for reading! Have a safe trip.