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Poems make wonderful mirrors, excellent tools for self-reflection. We’ve gathered up a collection of 10 great mirror poems.
In this final week of Poetry Classroom with Anne M. Doe Overstreet, we invite you to consider signing up for Anne’s 2013 Poetry Workshop.
Welcome to the Poetry Classroom. You are invited to discuss the poem ‘Immolation’—its form, images, sounds, meanings, surprises—and write your own poems along the way.
From bees, our recent Twitter poetry party began to transition to swans.
At the Twitter poetry party, we got into bees and moons and ants and rosaries and all manner of things
In June, poet Anne Overstreet published her first collection of poems, entitled Delicate Machinery Suspended: Poems. It is about memory and faith, affection and love, work done and work done well, and even playfulness. The poems are about a life observed, but also a life to come. It’s a beautiful work.
This collection, Overstreet’s first, displays a command of language, style and content that is deeply affecting. You are watching a series of scenes filmed with the eye of an artist.