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About a Poem: Gary Geddes on Don McKay’s “Waking at the Mouth of the Willow River” (May 2013) - Lion's Roar
“Sleep, my favourite flannel shirt, wears thin,
and shreds, and birdsong happens in the holes.”
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Raymond Carver was one of the first poets I read on my own; I found his poems before his stories to
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Two poems by Matthew Zapruder
everyone likes
the new cat
especially you
but aren't you tired
of all his leaping

by at
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Today's poem is from 's The Well Speaks of Its Own Poison
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5 days ago
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In today's Teach This Poem, a poem by Arthur Sze & a discussion about trees & the environment:…
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5 days ago
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Mourning dove. Later the mate appeared but was not interested in posing.
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6 days ago
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A lovely Rebecca Elson poem (held open by my opposable thumb) to warm up for "The Universe in Verse" on 4/24:…
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6 days ago
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It's Easter, so I picked a poem with bunnies. But it's Mary Ruefle, so probably not what you expect.
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Book this is from (Gale Marie Thompson's Soldier On) on its way to me now thanks to sale
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8 days ago
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Packing up to go home. Here's my week's collection in full. I filled a whole windowsill.
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.. and never spelled her name Attwood .. doh!
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9 days ago
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Most people know her as a novelist, but Margaret Atwood also writes poetry
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RT : We are horrified by reports coming out of Chechnya of authorities systematically targeting gay men. Our full statem…
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Published years, not days ago (more: )
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Cenzóntle by is today's poem, via
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11 days ago
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"Dear patriot

Dear catastrophe

None of this means what we thought it did"
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"A thing that melts can also burn" - Dean Rader ()
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11 days ago
Vitamin D Council | How do I get the vitamin D my body needs?
At noon in Boston during summer, an individual with skin type III would probably need about 1 hour of exposure to the sun to make 1,000 IU of vitamin D.
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11 days ago
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Here's a stunner by Mai Der Vang () from the new
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“Resist” is the last poem in Sue Goyette's collection Outskirts (Hear her read it: )
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Untitled (https://audioboom.com/posts/2333350-sue-goyette-reads-resist-from-outskirts)
“Resist” is the last poem in Sue Goyette's collection Outskirts (Hear her read it: )
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Why We Need Poetry | Perspectives | Perspectives | KQED
Some people think that poetry is too much like the world – weird, complex, and too hard to understand. But, America, your poets have your back. Poetry is like the world: its beauty, its significance, its moments of clarity arise like the sweetest surprise.
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From Laura Kasischke's collection The Infinitesimals
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13 days ago
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Please read this. It will make you smile and wish you were sprinkled with sugar!
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14 days ago
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“This can still happen anywhere. Not everything is lost.” - from Naomi Shihab Nye’s poem “Gate A-4”
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Today's poem: "Secret Animal" from 's Hard Child, which is most recent poetry book I bought
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15 days ago
I Let Love In by Karen Solie | Poetry Foundation
“When we are broken, to whom are we opened?”

line from Karen Solie's poem “I Let Love In”
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16 days ago
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Owner Story: "My 19 year old cat just found out he loves the smell of lavender."
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16 days ago
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The NYT piece by making the rounds is worth reading: Why Authoritarians Attack the Arts…
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"Art teaches us that lives other than our own have value."
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First heard this poem when someone who loves it recited it to me. More about the poet: …
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17 days ago
Gwendolyn Brooks | Poetry Foundation
First heard this poem when someone who loves it recited it to me. More about the poet: …
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17 days ago
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Reading Richard Siken's War of the Foxes. "Knot without rope, song without throat in wingless flight..."…
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17 days ago
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This poem I found by accident, misremembering a name and checking out the "wrong" library book
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18 days ago
Product Discovery: Pitfalls and Anti-Patterns | Silicon Valley Product Group
Discovery is about finding the best solution to a problems. Unfortunately, many teams set it up as a mechanism to simply validate their pre-existing ideas.
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18 days ago
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Never know where you'll see poetry; 1st read this by Kathleen Lynch on blog …
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19 days ago
How to Build a Poem and the Ars Poetica - Coal Hill Review
Never know where you'll see poetry; 1st read this by Kathleen Lynch on blog …
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19 days ago
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Hey, look! It's me on stage w/ my mouth open... what are the chances?! ;-) Thx team for a great…
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First read Sue Goyette in Open Field anthology, since chased down several of her books …
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20 days ago
Persea Books ~ Our Books ~ Open Field: 30 Contemporary Canadian Poets
First read Sue Goyette in Open Field anthology, since chased down several of her books …
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Sharing poems I've been reading for national poetry month; this is by Max Ritvo
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21 days ago
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Sharing poems I've been reading for national poetry month; this is by Max Ritvo
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21 days ago
[Easy Chair] | The Mother of All Questions, by Rebecca Solnit | Harper's Magazine
There is no good answer to being a woman; the art may instead lie in how we refuse the question.

There is a paradox at the heart of the happiness question. Todd Kashdan, a psychology professor at George Mason University, reported a few years ago on studies that concluded that people who think being happy is important are more likely to become depressed: “Organizing your life around trying to become happier, making happiness the primary objective of life, gets in the way of actually becoming happy.”
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26 days ago
Burning House: Betrayal as Innovation by Roshi Pat Enkyo O’Hara | Mike Hoolboom
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I read about Zen for years, sipping a glass of wine, having a smoke, curled up with some old bit of understanding. I thought it was cool. But I didn’t understand anything until I got my butt on a cushion. I was in a burning house. Until you recognize that there’s something on the other side of the door that you really want, you won’t go through it. What’s on the other side? A life that has meaning. If you’re freezing or hot, tired and frustrated – all of that pales if you’re living a life that has meaning. Even when you’re suffering you’re dancing for joy. How to move towards something, instead of abandoning disastrous situations, forced to leave?
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4 weeks ago
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If so, it sure as hell won't be this one.
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Do you see what we see? Eastern screech owl at Okefenokee by Graham McGeorge
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It's very easy to aim books at adults. I just open the window and fling the books and I usually hit one.
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5 weeks ago
The New Subtle Sexism Toward Women in the Workplace | Fast Company | The Future Of Business
Take it from years of behavioral research: implicit biases have an overwhelmingly negative effect on women in traditionally male professions.
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6 weeks ago
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It's a three dog day here This will lead to 3 dogs having a very sleepy night, right ? :-)
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7 weeks ago
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Personally, I aspire to live up to this statement. We should paint it on any barrier set before any woman right bef…
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10 weeks ago
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Talk about great - recognized my wife and I had the same name and asked for nicknames.
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11 weeks ago
Beyond Lean and Agile | Silicon Valley Product Group
1. Tackle the big risks early – especially value risk and business risk
2. Figure out solutions collaboratively – engineering, design, and product, working side-by-side
3. Focus on solving problems – it’s not about features or a roadmap; it’s about delivering results
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11 weeks ago
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RT : We have to fight.
We have to stand strong.
We have to say no.

And we must not give up. We must not give in.
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Boston's Copley Square from my 36th floor window. protest.
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RT : We are going to be less safe w/o researchers around the world being able to collaborate.…
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RT : A computational biologist working on genomics of infectious diseases.
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