Today's poem is "When she saw the angel"

from The Carolina Quarterly

Jean Nordhaus' fourth volume of poetry, Innocence, won the Charles B. Wheeler Prize and was published by Ohio State University Press in November, 2006. Her earlier books include The Porcelain Apes of Moses Mendelssohn and My Life in Hiding. She has published work in American Poetry Review, the New Republic, Poetry, and Best American Poetry 2000 and 2007. She lives in Washington, DC. A poem from Innocence appears in 2007 Pushcart Prize.

Other poems by Jean Nordhaus in Verse Daily:
May 21, 2005:  "The Innocent" ""Alone and together, we stand on the platform..."

Books by Jean Nordhaus:

Other poems on the web by Jean Nordhaus:
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"All There is of Light"
"I Was Always Leaving"
"A Dandelion for My Mother"

About The Carolina Quarterly:

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The Carolina Quarterly * CB # 3520, Greenlaw Hall * UNC CHAPEL HILL * Chapel Hill, N.C. 27599-3520
Poetry Editor: Matthew Harvey * Lee Norton

Other poems from The Carolina Quarterly in Verse Daily:
June 28, 2012:   "Rules for Arcadia" by David Kutz-Marks
June 18, 2012:   "Liberation Two" by Jean Nordhaus
January 24, 2012:   "Swath" by Stephanie E. Schlaifer
June 21, 2011:   "The Helicopters" by William Virgil Davis

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