Today's poem is "Three Boats, One Afternoon"

from The National Poetry Review

Jennifer Michael Hecht is the author of The Next Ancient World, which won the Poetry Society of America’s 2002 Norma Farber first book award, and of the forthcoming Funny, winner of the 2005 Felix Pollak Award from the University of Wisconsin. Hecht is also a historian and the author of Doubt: A History, and The End of the Soul.

Other poems by Jennifer Michael Hecht in Verse Daily:
February 23, 2005:  "Catch" "One track befalls the lying artist..."

Other poems from The National Poetry Review in Verse Daily:
June 21, 2005:  "The Personal Touch" Bob Hicok
December 27, 2004:  "The Compost Heap" by A. E. Stallings
December 22, 2004:  "Against Elegies" by M. B. McLatchey
December 21, 2004:  "On Starlings" by Tara Bray
December 20, 2004:  "Elephant" by Emily Rosko
April 16, 2004:  "To a Friend Unable to Write" by Lynne Knight
April 15, 2004:  "Nursery Shellgame" by Diane Thiel
April 14, 2004:  "Lilith" by A. E. Stallings
April 12, 2004:  "The Tree Frog" by C. Dale Young
August 8, 2003:  "Island Myths" by J. P. Dancing Bear
August 7, 2003:  "Pushkin and the Black Sea" by Diane Thiel
August 5, 2003:  "Betta Splendens" by Ellen Kirvin Dudis
August 4, 2003:  "A Bone to Pick with You" by A. E. Stallings

About The National Poetry Review:
Poets in this issue: Bob Hicok, Reginald Shepherd, Jennifer Michael Hecht, Bruce Bond, Theodore Worozbyt, Jason Gray, John Pursley III, Charlotte Mandel, Kelly McGuinness, Kevin Carrizo di Camillo, Judith Goldhaber, J. P. Dancing Bear, Mike Dockins, Rob Carney

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