Today's poem is "Children"

from Harvard Review

Steven Cramer is the author of The Eye that Desires to Look Upward (1987), The World Book (1997), and Goodbye to the Orchard (2004). His poems and criticisms have appeared in the Atlantic Monthly, Nation, New Republic, Paris Review, Poetry, Triquarterly and elsewhere. He directs the low-residency MFA program in creative writing at Lesley university.

About Harvard Review:
Poets in this issue: Tomaz Salamun, Joshua Beckman, Phillis Levin, Peter Richards, Ana Jelnikar, Herman De Coninck, Laure-Anne Bosselaar, Kurt Brown, Jim Goar, John F. Deane, Don Share, James Sitar, Ben Mazer, Ann Snodgrass, Ora Incerta, Barbara Helfgott Hyett, Jennifer S. Flescher, June Beisch, David Blair, Art Nahill, Marcia Karp, Jacquelyn Pope, Jennifer Barber, Wendy Mnookin, Fred Marchant, Daniel Bosch, Daniel Tobin, Philip Nikolayev, Frannie Lindsay, Ted Richer, Steven Cramer, Jill McDonough

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Poetry Editor: Don Share

Other poems by Harvard Review in Verse Daily:
February 10, 2007:   "In Muir Woods" by June Beisch
January 11, 2007:   "On Divination by Birds" by Kimberly Johnson

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