Today's poem is "Sea Hare"
from The Queen's Desertion

TriQuarterly Books

Carol Frost divides her time between Cedar Key, Florida, and upstate New York. Her most recent collections of poetry are I will Say Beauty and Love and Scorn: New and Selected Poems, also published by TriQuarterly Books/Northwestern University Press. Among her many honors and prizes are three Pushcart Prize anthology appearances and two fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts. She has taught at Washington University in St. Louis and as poet in residence at the Stadler Center for Poetry at Bucknell University. A professor of English and writer in residence at Hartwick College, she also directs the Catskill Poetry Workshop.

Other poems by Carol Frost in Verse Daily:
July 25, 2005:   "Manatee" "Shading to pink on the underparts: soft and liable..."
July 21, 2005:   "Eddy" "Against wind's silk direction the tide is flowing..."
May 3, 2005:  "Boat" ""Miscalculation the day's first high..."

About The Queen's Desertion:

"With her characteristic lyric grace and philosophical ease, Carol Frost asks life's most difficult questions as if they were the most casual and natural of all . . .and perhaps, they are. This is a superb collection."
—David St. John

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