Poetry: What’s in My Journal

What’s in My Jour­nal –William Stafford From Cross­ing Unmarked Snow: Fur­ther Views on the Writer’s Voca­tion Odd things, like a but­ton draw­er. Mean Things, fish­hooks, barbs in your hand. But mar­bles too. A genius for being agree­able. Junk­yard cru­ci­fix­es, volup­tuous dis­cards. Space…

Poetry: Yes

Yes by William Stafford From The Way It Is: New and Select­ed Poems It could hap­pen any time, tor­na­do, earth­quake, Armaged­don. It could hap­pen. Or sun­shine, love, sal­va­tion. It could you know. That’s why we wake and look out–no guar­an­tees in this life.…

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