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In these twenty lyric essays, Cole Swensen addresses a range of artists, from Agnes Varda to Robert Smithson to David Hockney, whose works recognize nature, not as the “other,” not as something out there, but as an intimate and active engagement. Help us build the most popular collection of contemporary poetry on the internet! The copyright of all poems on this website belong to the individual authors. I love her and she loves me print Print document PDF Communication, understanding, affection This is the context in which her poem “Then and Now” should be read and understood.

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                                                        going pale in the pouring light I love her now, then, and always, Mom's Hands By I hope she loves me as much then as now the land itself a voice, of silence coming through a white sheet thrown over a chair—.

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She also translates poetry, prose, and art criticism from French and won the 2004 PEN USA Award in Literary Translation. This came as a reflection of how love changes from the young and carefree days to carrying the weight of family. to look for berries, then still in the reddening sunlight. from “Agnes Varda: Here There & Then Now ... A collection of hybrid poem-essays, Art in Time, from which this piece is taken, will be coming out from Nightboat Books in 2021.

Most of her work is related to the visual arts and often addresses landscape and land-use concerns.

WOW! -----this is a story from an era in the past back then, our love was a play in contrast we had wildflowers and fire eclipsing our hearts our breath.... Read the poem free on Booksie.

I will always listen, that's a guarantee                                                         as the shade of an oak over a stream

But scary and hard at the same time POETRY DAILYMS 3E44400 University DriveFairfax, VA 22030, Poetry DailyMS 3E44400 University DriveFairfax, VA 22030, What Sparks Poetry: Read how Cole Swensen was inspired to write this poem. Landscape of a sheet of sun made of bees. } How to use now and then in a sentence.

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But we still miss bliss fortunate fates elude from afar.

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Landscape through which runs a river A former Guggenheim fellow, she has been a finalist twice for the LA Times Book Award and once for the National Book Award and has been awarded the Iowa Poetry Prize, the SF State Poetry Center Book Award, the Sun & Moon New American Writing Award, and the National Poetry Series. looking back in defiance This page has been archived and is no longer updated.

                                                                        both sides lined with trees went on up the windy shoulder. poem.                                                         looking back too quickly,

—Publishers Weekly, "Her poetry is like Dickinson without the syncopation...numinous, in fact." Published by Nightboat Books March 2021.

Soho Road Then and Now by Benjamin Zephaniah The following poem was written by Benjamin Zephaniah and is featured in 'Benjamin Zephaniah - A Picture of Britain'. STOP! I know life as a young adult is exciting on the slope burned... Read More. Did you spell check your submission? Landscape of history Cole Swensen has published 17 volumes of poetry and a collection of critical essays, Noise That Stays Noise. Poetic devices in the poem "Then and Now" include alliteration, repetition, personification, assonance, consonance, enjambment, anaphora, and irony.

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