Today's poem is "The Night and the Cold"

from Boulevard

Charles Simic is the author of thirty-two books of poetry, most recently New and Selected Poems: 1962-2012 (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2013). He has won many awards, among them the Pulitzer Prize, the MacArthur Foundation "genius grant," the Griffin International Poetry Prize, and the Wallace Stevens Award. He has been U.S. Poet Laureate.

Other poems by Charles Simic in Verse Daily:
September 28 2015:   "The Insomniac" "There's a pond, a man said..."
November 17, 2012:   "Without Warning" "The bird cage was gone and the couch..."
September 16, 2010:   "The Future" "It must have a reason for concealing..."
February 13, 2010:   "What do these mutts barking in unison..."

Books by Charles Simic:

Other poems on the web by Charles Simic:
"The Great Horned Owl"
Twenty-two poems
"One-Man Circus"
"Poem Without a Title"
"Preachers Warn"
"Roadside Stand"
"Country Fair"
"Two Dogs"
"Nineteen Thirty-Eight"
Fourteen poems
"Leaving an Unknown City"
"Late September"
Seven poems
Five poems
Eleven poems
Two poems

Charles Simic according to Wikipedia.

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Other poems by Boulevard in Verse Daily:
November 5, 2014:   "At Last" by Gerald Stern
November 3, 2014:   At Last by Edward Nobles
January 16, 2013:   "Report from the Provinces" by Wayne Miller

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