Today's poem is "Downloading the Meltdown"

from New Ohio Review

Elton Glaser, a native of New Orleans, is Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Akron. He has published six full-length books Pelican Tracks (Southern Illinois, 2003) and Here and Hereafter (ARkansas, 2005), winner of the Ohioana Book Award for Poetry.

Other poems by Elton Glaser in Verse Daily:
February 14, 2009:   "Advance Requiem for a Lovely Couple" "So Beauty's gone under the knife again..."
August 10, 2007:   "Drinking Alone on a Spring Day" " New grass grows faster than I..."
July 9, 2006:   "Last Days of the Surreal" " Inside the open cages, only dead canaries sing..."
August 15, 2005:   "Low and Delicious "This morning, even the roses look morose..."
August 1, 2005:   "Half-Numb from Winter, on a Morning Almost Warm "Go for wisdom to the iris, beard..."
March 31, 2004:  "Interior Lighting" "In leaps and staggers, in the beaten-down..."
July 22, 2003:  "The Runes, the Brute Remedies" "Leaves down, and day down, and mercury..."
July 27, 2002:  "Heroic Roses" "Heroic they'd have to be, the way / I let them struggle...."

Books by Elton Glaser:

Other poems on the web by Elton Glaser:
"After the Snows"
"Meditation in Blue and White"
Five poems
Three poems
Eight poems

Elton Glaser's according to Wikipedia.

About New Ohio Review:

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New Ohio Review * English Dept. * 360 Ellis Hall * Ohio University * Athens, OH 45701
Editor: Jill Allyn Rosser
Other poems by New Ohio Review in Verse Daily:
November 18, 2011:   "Women's College" by Kenneth Hart
March 29, 2011:   "How it Happened" by Chelsea Rathburn
April 22, 2009:   "Y at the End of It" by Nancy Eimers

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