Today's poem is from "Threshold"

from The Modern Review

Ted Mathys's first book of poetry, Forge, is now available from Coffee House Press. A 2005 National Endowment for the Arts Literary Fellow, his poems have appeared in various literary journals and magazines, including Chelsea, Colorado Review, Fence, jubilat, Ploughshares, and Verse. Originally from Ohio, now lives in New York and works at the American Council on Germany.

Other poems by Ted Mathys in Verse Daily:
September 4, 2005:   "Hemispheres" "I split an orange and the day..."

About The Modern Review:
Poets in this issue: Pietro Aman, Jorge Lucio de Campos, Adam Fitzgerald, Paul Gibbons, Dobby Gibson, James Grinwis, M.J. Iuppa, Boris Jardine, J.P. Lewis, Gianmarc Manzione, Ted Mathys, Laura McCullough, Geoffrey G. O'Brien, Vincent Spina,

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Other poems from Crazyhorse in Verse Daily:
December 27, 2005:   "Amorous Poem" by Geoffrey G. O'Brien
October 5, 2005:   "Confession" by Gianmarc Manzione

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