Today's poem is "'Generous I may have been, amnesiac"
from Honeycomb

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Carol FrostCarol Frost is the author of ten previous collections of poems, including The Queen's Desertion, I Will Say Beauty, and Love and Scorn from Northwestern University Press. She has received National Endowment for the Arts fellowships and PEN and Pushcart awards, and she has been honored by the Elliston and the Poets' Prize committees. She holds the Theodore Bruce and Barbara Lawrence Alfond Chair of English at Rollins College, where she directs the Winter with the Writers Literary Festival.

Other poems by Carol Frost in Verse Daily:
June 12, 2006:   "Sea Hare" " Gelatinous parching creature by the verge of the sea..."
July 25, 2005:   "Manatee" "Shading to pink on the underparts: soft and liable..."
July 21, 2005:   "Eddy" "Against wind's silk direction the tide is flowing..."
May 3, 2005:  "Boat" ""Miscalculation the day's first high..."

Books by Carol Frost:

Other poems on the web by Carol Frost:
Fifteen poems
Four poems
Two poems
Two poems
"As You Might Claim Love"

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