Today's poem is "Moon, Keep Setting Back Clocks"
from Moonbook and Sunbook

Tupelo Press

Willis Barnstone , born in Lewiston, Maine, and educated at Bowdoin, the Sorbonne, Columbia and Yale, taught in Greece at the end of the civil war (1949-51), in Buenos Aires during the Dirty War, and in China during Cultural Revolution, where he was later a Fulbright Professor in Beijing (1984-85) Former O’Connor Professor of Greek at Colgate University, he is Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Comparative Literature at Indiana University.

Other poems by Willis Barnstone in Verse Daily:
April 25, 2004:  "Secret Face of Love" "The secret face of love changes her name...."
November 22, 2003:  "Dawn Café" "I sleep and already live tomorrow. Must be..."

Books by Willis Barnstone:

Other poems on the web by Willis Barnstone:
Three poems

Willis Barnstone's Website.

About Moonbook and Sunbook:

"Willis Barnstone’s new book is a magnetic miracle that draws the solar and lunar magic of his immense learning into the space of marvelous poems. His language joins the mysteries of the sky with the enigmas of the heart in a music unmistakably his own."
—Andrei Codrescu

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