Today's poem is "from Clangings"

from Sugar House Review

Steven Cramer fifth collection is Clangings (Sarabande Books, 2012). In addition to Sugar House Review, other excerpts from Clangings have appeared in Crazy Horse, Denver Quarterly, Field, The Journal, Little Star, Memorious, Salamander, and Slate. Cramer is the author of four previous collections, including Goodbye to the Orchard (Sarabande, 2004), which won the 2005 Sheila Motton Prize from the New England Poetry Club and was named a 2005 Honor Book in Poetry by the Massachusetts Center for the Book. He directs the Low-Residency MFA Program in Creative Writing at Lesley University in Cambridge, MA.

Other poems by Steven Cramer in Verse Daily:
February 21, 2012:   "from 'Clangings'" "Okay, here's what we did. Dad was a quark...."
April 20, 2011:   "from Clangings" "So I left my apartment, got down where..."
June 18, 2007:   "Memo from Homeland Security" " Mourning doves and lovebirds..."
February 11, 2007:   "Children" "We pray they'll bury us, naturally...."

Books by Steven Cramer:

Other poems on the web by Steven Cramer:
Five poems
from 'Clangings'
Seven poems
Four poems
"Sewage Has Its Say"
Three poems
"Villanelle After a Burial"
"July (From Humidity Diary)"
"Everyone Who Left Us"

Steven Cramer's Website.

Steven Cramer According to Wikipedia.

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