Today's poem is "Studies for a Portrait of a Father and Son"

from Cimarron Review

Richard Lyons directs the creative writing emphasis at Mississippi State University. His third collection of poems, Fluer Carnivore, won the 2005 Washington Prize from Word Works, Washington, D.C. Recent poems appear in Subtropics, The Gettysburg Review, and Crab Orchard Review.

Books by Richard Lyons: Hours of the Cardinal, Fleur Carnivore, These Modern Nights

Other poems on the web by Richard Lyons:
"Red Slaughterhouse Non-Memory Number One"
"Winter Rows"

Richard Lyons's Home Page.

About Cimarron Review:
Poets in this issue: Audrey Petty, Richard Lyons, Pamela Gemin, Cindy E. King, Jan Beatty, Jeffrey Ethan Lee, Amisha Patel, Charles Harper Webb, Diane Reynolds, Bruce Cohen, Sara Burge, Douglas Woody Woodsum, Paul Hostovsky, Noah Michelson, Jason Roush, Martha Kapos, C.L. Dallat, Mong-Lan, Stefanie Wortman, Peter Alvarez, Brock Guthrie, Jim Goar, Diane Seuss

Cimarron Review * 205 Morrill Hall * English Department * Oklahoma State University * Stillwater, OK 74078
Poetry Editors: Lisa Lewis * Ai * Alfred Corn

Other poems from Cimarron Review in Verse Daily:
March 23, 2007:   "Nocturne" by Nate Pritts
November 22, 2006:   "19 Chopin Waltzes" by Emily Fragos
November 19, 2006:   "Waves" by Grace Schulman
July 30, 2006:   "Shirley DeLis" by Martin Pousson
July 25, 2006:   "Work Horse" by Kathryn Maris
March 23, 2006:   "The Mystery of Pigeons Feeding in December" by Paul Benton
March 15, 2006:   "Detour, Missouri" by Chad Parmenter
November 3, 2005:   "A Catechism" by James Crizer
November 1, 2005:   "My Personal Theory of Evolution" Richard Cecil
October 31, 2005:   "In Fall" Doretta Wildes
July 9, 2005:   "Sestina Inviting My Sister to Become a Pirate" by Sandra Beasley
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

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