Today's poem is "Sestina Inviting My Sister to Become a Pirate"

from Cimarron Review

Sandra Beasley lives in Washington D. C., where she served as Editor-in-Chief of Folio, A Literary Journal at American University. Her poetry can be found in journals including Rosebud, Dogwood, Poetry Motel, Gargoyle, and Rhino. She has held fellowships at Vermont Studio Center, the Indiana University Writer's Conference, and the Virginia Center for Creative Arts.

Other poems from Cimarron Review in Verse Daily:
January 9, 2005:  "Love Poem" by Rebecca Aronson
January 8, 2005:  "Ghazal" by Mimi Khalvati
July 4, 2004:  "Morning Drive to Ijamsville" by Elizabeth Rees
March 21, 2004:  "Starlings in the Bakery" by Jason Roush
March 18, 2004:  "Displacement" by Constantine Contogenis
March 16, 2004:  "He became a poet because he could not fly" by Adam Penna
July 21, 2003:  "Written By Pavlovís Few, Sad, Last Surviving Dogs" by Susanna Roxman

About Cimarron Review:
Poets in this issue: Jennifer Denrow, Chip Livingston, Richard Lyons, Rodney Wittwer, Alex Grant, Nancy Hall James, Scott Brennan, Sandra Beasley, Bryan Deitrich, Steven Winn, Brent Pallas, Jeanne Larsen, Neil Azevedo, Susan Rich, Beth Thomas, Dennis Saleh, Frank Matagrano, Liz Lynn Miller, Mark Spitzer, Cheryl Gatling, Nate Pritts, William Wright, Bob Robbins, Rebecca Bednarz, Loretta Collins Klobah,

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