Posts tagged ‘Kim Addonizio’

Jan 13 2018
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American Life in Poetry #668

American Life in Poetry #668

BY TED KOOSER, U.S. POET LAUREATE I’ve had a couple of aquariums (or is the plural aquaria?), but I didn’t take very good care of either one.  The glass clouded over with algae, and the fish had to live on whatever they could scrounge because I’d forget to feed them.  Some liked eating each other.  But here’s a poem (a sonnet!) about an aquarium you can actually see into.  The poet, Kim Addonizio, lives in…

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