Schlagwort: Ned Balbo

American Life in Poetry: Column 533

BY TED KOOSER, U.S. POET LAUREATE I once knew an artist who seemed to live on those little envelopes of free sugar that one can find on tables in restaurants. And he took the little “watercolor pans” of jelly, too, stuffing his pockets. Here’s… Continue Reading „American Life in Poetry: Column 533“

153. American Life in Poetry: Column 271

BY TED KOOSER, U.S. POET LAUREATE Barnyard chickens, which are little more than reptiles with feathers, can be counted on to kill those among them who are malformed or diseased, but we humans, advanced animals that we think we are, are far more likely… Continue Reading „153. American Life in Poetry: Column 271“