Today's poem is "On the Nearest pass of Mars in 60,000 Years"
from Fashioned Pleasures

Parallel Press

A. E. Stallings is an American poet residing in Greece. Her first book, Archaic Smile, won the 1999 Richard Wilbur Award.

Other poems by A. E. Stallings in Verse Daily:

February 8, 2005:  "Ultrasound" "What butterfly..."
December 27, 2004:  "The Compost Heap" "It waxed with autumn, when the leaves..."
December 5, 2004:  "Explaining an Affinity for Bats"   "That they are only glimpsed in silhouette..."
April 14, 2004:  "Lilith"   "In the beginning, everything was..."
October 31, 2003:  "A Bone to Pick with You"   "It's time to take the skeleton out of the closet..."
December 9, 2002:  Eurydice Reveals Her Strength   "Dying is the easy part...."
November 27, 2002:  The Wife of the Man of Many Wiles   "Believe what you want to. Believe that I wove..."

About Fashioned Pleasures - edited by William Thompson:
Authors in this chapbook include: Stephen Cushman, Daniel Tobin, Anne Stevenson, Clive Watkins, Rhina P. Espaillat, H. L. Hix, Dick Davis, David Mason, Mike Alexander, Christine Casson, Len Krisak, Jacqueline Kolosov, Peter Estherson, Deborah Warren, A. M. Juster, Clive Watkins, Robert B. Shaw, John Poch, A. E. Stallings, William Wenthe, Loren Graham, Don Kimball, Jenny Factor, Anthony Lombardy, Annie Finch

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