Today's poem is "Sestina with Random Peace Words"

from Colorado Review

Monica Raymond is a prize-winning playwright and poet who has taught writing at Harvard, Northeastern, CUNY, and the Boston Museum School. The end words for "Sestina with Random Peace Words" were provided by audience members at "Patriotism and Resistance," a reading at the Stebbins Gallery in Cambridge, Massachusetts, in November 2006.

About Colorado Review:
Poets in this issue: Bill Capossere, Tenaya Darlington, Graham Foust, Amina Gautier, Dana Goodyear, Kevin Holden, Thomas Hummel, Heather Kirn, Joanna Klink, Susan Messer, Chelsey Minnis, Kevin Prufer, Monica Raymond, Lawrence Rosenwald, Brenda Shaughnessy, Page Hill Starzinger, Peter Streckfus, Stephen Tuttle, Daneen Wardrop

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Colorado Review * 9105 Campus Delivery * Department of English * Colorado State University * Fort Collins, Colorado 80523
Poetry Editors: Donald Revell * Sasha Steensen * Matthew Cooperman

All other poems from Colorado Review that have appeared on Verse Daily:
November 8, 2007:   "If You Should Care For Me" by Lacy Schutz
October 29, 2007:   "Would That We Had" by Lacy Schutz

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