Poems

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  • Poetry: A Mirror, a Pencil and an Envelope. Seven Minutes with D. Nurkse and Nancy Mitchell

    In this candid interview, D. Nurkse reflects on a long life in poetry and political activism
  • Small Scenes without Apology

    Remember the daughters.
  • (Blessed Are) They Who Preserve

    These glass jars are houses for little Human Acts.
  • Three Poems from a Work in Progress

    Deer in the backyard, Schubert’s ninth
  • Antonio Gamoneda, from Book of the Cold (World Poetry Books, May 2022) translated from Spanish by Katherine M. Hedeen and Víctor Rodríguez Núñez

    You smell the wet linens, your acids.
  • Four From Delos

    Saw the ring of her
  • Lives of the Postmodern Poets

    You were born too late.
  • Forced March

    I remembered it wrong, the scene in the film
  • Two poems by Tomasz Różycki translated from Polish by Mira Rosenthal

    Hello? If you can hear me, give a sign, a call,
  • Close to now

    I should have said from the beginning that I plant the black nasturtiums because they are the saddest
  • Ashes of Roses and Blue Chair

    The early 19th Century rolls over
  • Spam Risk

    It was always a risk.