Today's poem is "I Wanted More Than I Could Steal"

from Columbia Poetry Review

Michael Robins is the author of The Next Settlement (UNT Press, 2007), which was selected for the Vassar Miller Prize. His poems have recently appeared or are forthcoming in Boston Review, Court Green, Denver Quarterly, LUNA, Third Coast, and elsewhere. He lives in Chicago and cheers for the Cubs.

Other poems by Michael Robins in Verse Daily:
May 1, 2007:   "Plunder" " The heart, which often seems a gangplank..."
December 29, 2005:   "Gray Gone Missing" " & though a needle drops among the stacks..."

Books by Michael Robins: The Next Settlement

Other poems on the web by Michael Robins:
Five poems
Three poems
"Our Homes on the Same Street"

About Columbia Poetry Review:

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Columbia Poetry Review * English Department * Columbia College Chicago * 600 South Michigan Ave. * Chicago, IL 60605
Editors: Hanna Andrews, Amanda M. Johnson, Becca Klaver, BJ Soloy, Jennifer Watman

Other poems by Columbia Poetry Review in Verse Daily:
May 4, 2007:   "Insomnia" by Rynn Williams
April 30, 2007:   "Sinning Skel Misclape" by Lisa Jarnot
August 25, 2006:   "Black Iris" by Bruce Bond
August 24, 2006:   "The Idiot's Guide to Faking Your Own Death and Moving to Mexico" by Jason Bredle
August 22, 2006:   "Birds, Women and Writing" by Medbh McGuckian
August 21, 2006:   "Say the Boy" by Seth Abramson

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