Today's poem is "The Small Toe"

from New Letters

Linda Hogan is a Chickasaw writer and environmentalist who grew up in Oklahoma and Colorado. She is a poet, novelist, playwright, essayist and short-story writer. Her novelMean Spirit won the 1991 Oklahoma Book Award and was one of three finalists for the Pulitzer Prize in 1991. She received a 2002 Wordcraft Circle Writer of the Year in the creative category for The Woman Who Watches Over The World: A Native Memoir.

Other poems from New Letters in Verse Daily:
January 12, 2005:  "Awaiting the Return Ferry" by Nance Van Winckel
January 10, 2005:  "How Else Today" by Albert Goldbarth
September 29, 2004:  "Of Unsent Letters, One" by Jill Osier
September 28, 2004:  "Go" and "Gone" by Mark Irwin
September 26, 2004:  "Houses Made Only of Entrance" by Abe Louise Young
September 24, 2004:  "After Eden" by Linda Pastan
May 16, 2004:  "Wild Things in a Dream" by Heather Ross Miller
January 21, 2004:  "With Two Camels and One Donkey" by Robin Becker
July 25, 2003:  "Meridian" by Mia Leonin
May 26, 2003:  "The Flag of My Disposition" by Elaine Sexton
April 14, 2003:  "On the Holy Friar Crossing a Suspension Bridge to Paradise" by Joanna Goodman
February 3, 2003:  "Passing Through the Shadows Of Great Buildings" by Nance Van Winckel
January 6, 2003:  "Bid Me Be the Bird" by Nance Van Winckel
September 26, 2002:  "The Sacrifice" by Jim Simmerman

About New Letters:
Poets in this issue: Rafael Campo, Floyd Skloot, Roselyn Elliott, William Kloefkorn, Linda Hogan, Karen Swenson, Suzanne Rhodenbaugh, Stuart Friebert, Francine Tolf, Jarrod Roark, Christopher Bursk

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