Today's poem is "Of course, I told the women,"

from Fugue

Stacy Kidd is a student in the PhD Program in Creative Writing at the University of Utah and Poetry Editor for Quarterly West. Her poems have appeared or are forthcoming in Columbia: A Journal of Literature and Art, The Journal, Spoon River Poetry Review and WITNESS.

Other poems by Stacy Kidd in Verse Daily:
January 29, 2009:   "The Park in Winter " "Poor little pigeon parked on a park bench..."

Other poems on the web by Stacy Kidd:
Four poems
Four poems
Three poems
"(Because) The Jesus Tree (Is Not a Tree, But a Switch to Hold Up the Moon)"
"Meditation on Water"
"The Women of Kingfisher"
"Gross Return" <About Fugue:

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Other poems by Fugue in Verse Daily:
September 9, 2008:   "Ventouse Sous Verre" by Nicky Beer
April 29, 2007:   "Brought to You by the Letter Ox , Or: Why I Want my Son to Remain Illiterate" by Mitchell Metz
October 1, 2006:   "The Gift of Winter" by Philip Levine
September 28, 2006:   "Postage Stamps, the First Date Series: Watching the Kingdome Implosion Broadcast, Seattle, Washington" by Lisa Roullard
September 26, 2006:   "Osmosis" by Lauren Goodwin Slaughter
May 4, 2006:   "Tell Me" by Maggie Nelson
May 2, 2006:   "Prose, I say, Plasma" by Susanna Childress
July 29, 2005:   "Cold Pastoral by Reginald Shepherd
March 6, 2005:  "The Property" by William Ford

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