Poem
Nov. 22 2011 7:23 AM“Augustine’s Pears”
Nov. 8 2011 7:10 AM"Flea Circus"
Oct. 25 2011 6:52 AM“The Gospel According to Kelly, Night-Shift Manager, Forest City Fuel & Foods”
Oct. 11 2011 4:55 AM“The Baby”
Sept. 27 2011 6:54 AM"The Lottery"
Sept. 13 2011 5:34 AM"City Aubade"
Aug. 30 2011 6:55 AMLost in CourtHow one of Ben Jonson's masterpieces found the world by leaving it behind.
Aug. 16 2011 6:50 AM"Body of Dreams"
Aug. 2 2011 10:28 AM"Ghazal of the Goats"
July 19 2011 6:54 AM"Boy on Crutches"
July 5 2011 6:51 AM"Old Home Day"
June 21 2011 10:38 AM"Ooo Baby Baby"
June 7 2011 7:01 AM"The Enigma of the Infinitesimal"
May 24 2011 6:53 AM"The Irises" for Charles Wright
May 10 2011 6:58 AM"Pupukea Shell"
Nov. 15 2011 7:08 AM"Alan the Plumber" by Patrick Phillips
Nov. 1 2011 7:18 AMIn Praise of Memorizing Poetry—BadlyWhat we learn by misremembering our favorite lines.
Oct. 18 2011 7:10 AM“Cartier”
Oct. 4 2011 12:48 PMSpeaking in TonguesWhere pop meets Modernism.
Sept. 20 2011 6:50 AM"Goodbye Billyburg"
Sept. 6 2011 6:54 AM"Xenia"
Aug. 23 2011 6:51 AM"The Sculptor and His Muse"(Rodin, 1894)
Aug. 9 2011 10:13 AM"Scrub Jays"
July 26 2011 10:04 AMSeize the DayTwo poets race to make the most of their scarce time on Earth. 
July 12 2011 6:23 AM"Sheetrock"
June 28 2011 7:02 AMDamned GreatWhy are William Cowper's poems so witty? Because he was convinced he was going to hell.
June 14 2011 7:02 AM"Weapon Salve"
May 31 2011 7:35 AM"Silent Manners"
May 17 2011 6:53 AM"Sandwich Notch Road, Two Days Before Christmas"Six Months
May 3 2011 6:56 AMLullaby and LaughterThe strange appeal of George Gascoigne's self-inspecting humor.

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