Today's poem is from "Girls' School"

from The Greensboro Review

Claudia Emerson is the author of Pharoah, Pharoah (LSU, 1997), Pinion: An Elegy (LSU, 2002), and a forthcoming collection from LSU Press, Late Wife. She has been awarded individual artist's fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts and the Virginia Commission for the Arts. She is Associate Professor of English at Mary Washington College in Fredricksburg, Virginia.

Other poems from The Greensboro Review in Verse Daily:
June 3, 2005:  "A Capella" Weston Cutter
October 20, 2004:  "Steward" by S. Beth Bishop
October 19, 2004:  "Firebirds" by Allen C. Fischer
October 18, 2004:  "An Artist Like Any Other" by Stephen Dobyns
May 15, 2004:  "Childhood is Beautiful" by Annie Gebler

About The Greensboro Review:
Poets in this issue: James Norcliffe, Christine Garren, Kimberly Meyer, Tung-Hui Hu, David Starkey, W. T. Pfefferle, Andrea Potos, Holaday Mason, David Bruzina, Harry Humes, Julie Funderburk, Weston Cutter, Sara Pennington, Claudia Emerson

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