Today's poem is "Bass Line"

from Asheville Poetry Review

Betsy Sholl currently teaches creative writing at the University of Southern Maine and in the MFA program in creative writing at Vermont College. She earned her Master Degree in English at the University of Rochester (Woodrow Wilson Fellowship) and her MFA in Creative Writing at Vermont College. She is the author of six books including the Red Line, Don't Explain and Late Psalm.

Other poems by Betsy Sholl in Verse Daily:
July 18, 2005:   "A Little Traveling Music" "Like its first three notes, rising to beg..."
February 18, 2005:  "Angel of Dissent" "The young man's story was set on a cliff..."
December 14, 2004:  "The Tortoise" "An apartment collapse in Turkey, the rise..."
January 16, 2004:  "Two Poems" "Wharves with their warehouses sagging..."
April 17, 2003:  "Here" "Wharves with their warehouses sagging..."

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January 10, 2007:   "Bass Line" by Betsy Sholl

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