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Will you still need me…

I was with my 5-year old grandson this weekend, and my daughter (probably for my sake) put on a Beatles playlist. I remarked to her that that song, “Will you still need me, will you still feed me when I’m … Continue reading

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Books that change your life

I’ve been reading some essays by C.K. Williams (who wrote last week’s poem). In one essay he talks about reading a book by Robert Lowell, Imitations, which broke open a new way of thinking about poetry. Imitations was influential and … Continue reading

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C. K. Williams

C. K. Williams died last year. I hadn’t read much of his work, but liked what I saw in a review of his Selected Later Poems. ┬áHis lines are often long, and his poems, too. This is my favorite so … Continue reading

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