Today's poem is "Love Poem"

from Cimarron Review

Rebecca Aronson teaches writing at Northwest Missouri State University in Maryville, Missouri, where she also co-edits The Laurel Review. Her poems have appeared or are forthcoming in The Seattle Review, The Cream City Review, The Midwest Quarterly, The Rio Grande Review, The North Stone Review and others.

About Cimarron Review:
Poets in this issue: Mike Elms, Jennifer Kwon Dobbs, Amanda Auchter, Mary Ann Hudson, Rick Bursky, Kristi Wilson, Alan Broughton, Katherine Lucas Anderson, Susanne Kort, Timothy Fox, Caroline Goodwin, John Freeman, John Sterling Gilbertson, Michael Hettich, Bill Rector, Gannon Daniels, David Lawrence, Michelle Bonczek, Gerard Malanga, Mimi Khavlati, Rebecca Aronson, Cynthia Schwartzberg Edlow

Other poems from Cimarron Review that have appeared in Verse Daily:

January 8, 2005:  "Ghazal" by Mimi Khalvati   "If I said every tear, each sob, each sigh..."
July 4, 2004:  "Morning Drive to Ijamsville" by Elizabeth Rees   "Against overturned cups of rain..."
July 21, 2003:  "Written By Pavlovís Few, Sad, Last Surviving Dogs" by Susanna Roxman   "Aging dogs, shabby dogs..."
March 21, 2004:  "Starlings in the Bakery" by Jason Roush   "Dusty flutterers, fast breeders..."
March 18, 2004:  "Displacement" by Constantine Contogenis   "I have seen this water-level raise you..."
March 16, 2004:  "He became a poet because he could not fly" by Adam Penna   "The sea was just its soughing..."

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