A poet ages.
What sticks with me from a graduate seminar in American Puritan Literature. I don't remember how we wandered so far afield, but I'm glad we did. Thomas Kinsella has died. A poet of
Maria Popova spies John Keats combining the two. “The best of Men have… a kind of spiritual yeast in their frames which creates the ferment of existence — by which a Man is propell’
“Yeats sometimes gave the impression of being even a worse idiot than I am.” —Ezra Pound https://t.co/6QLqxLNCDN — The Paris Review (@parisreview) May 8, 2019
“Perhaps the best way to keep the spirits of loved ones alive is to allow them to continue living within us.” —Rita Dove on Ted Kooser’s beautiful “Parents” https://t.co/NbhymmnkiF