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Two poems about birdsong

The first, in sonnet form, by Robert Frost, published in 1942. The second a more contemporary song by Troy Jollimore. Never Again Would Birds’ Song Be the Same He would declare and could himself believe That the birds there in all … Continue reading

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Best poetry book from 2015

Troy Jollimore’s book, Syllabus of Errors, is my favorite new book of poems from last year. He’s a serious poet, and I find his work brave and lyrical.  He’s also not afraid to poke fun at himself. Here’s a sample: Lament … Continue reading

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Poetry Monday

Yes, I know, it’s Tuesday again. What can I say? As always, life before poetry.  But today I have a poem by Troy Jollimore, a recent Squaw connection, whose book Tom Thomson in Purgatory, won the National Book Critics Circle … Continue reading

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