Today's poem is "Carolina Déjá Vu"

from The Laurel Review

Brendan Galvin is the author of thirteen collections of poems. His recent books are The Strength of a Named Thing (1999) and Sky and Island Light (1997), both from Louisiana State University Press, and the narrative poem, Hotel Malobar, winner of the 1997 Iowa Poetry Prize (1999). Placekeepers was published in 2003 (LSU Press).

Other poems from The Laurel Review in Verse Daily:
April 22, 2005:  "The Art of Sleeping #9 " by Roy Seeger

April 20, 2005:  "Grenade" by Rebecca Hoogs
April 19, 2005:  "Answering Fear as if It Were a Question" by Jennifer Militello
August 20, 2004:  "Flood" by Cassie Sparkman
March 25, 2004:  "Honeymoon" by Rebecca Hoogs

About The Laurel Review:
Poets in this issue: David Young, Angie Estes, Brendan Galvin, David Citino, Jean Kane, Michael Burkard, David Kirby, Adria Fernandez, Jim Daniels, Al Maginnes, Darin Ciccotelli, Rebecca Hoogs, Kate Michaelson, Jennifer Militello, Allen Braden, Tracy DeBrincat, Stan Sanvel Rubin, Gary Fincke, Brigitte Byrd, Eduardo C. Corral, Daniel Lusk, Roy Seeger, Laura Stott

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