Tag Archives: National Poetry Month

Ringed Round by Green

“If I could strip a sunflower bare to its bare soul, I would rebuild it: Green inside of green, ringed round by green. There’d be nothing but new flowers anymore. Absolute Christmas.” Donald Revell’s poem of never-ending green, the “furnace … Continue reading

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Chaos for Beginners

It is rare that such poetry-inspiring events as the appearance in the heavens of a wryly-winking full moon, Passover, and Easter Sunday all coalesce. . . early during  National Poetry Month. Maurice Sendak grumpily may despise the If You Give … Continue reading

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