Today's poem is "Mind in Flock, Mind Apart"

from Southern Humanities Review

K. A. Hays is the author of two books of poetry: Dear Apocalypse and Early Creatures, Native Gods. Her work has appeared in or is forthcoming from The Kenyon Review, The American Poetry Review, The Southern Review, Ploughshares, Best American Poetry, Best New Poets, Colorado Review, jubilat, and elsewhere. She teaches at Bucknell University.

Other poems by K. A. Hays in Verse Daily:
March 24, 2014:   "Mother Goose Self-Help" "Climb a spout. Run a clock...."
December 25, 2009:   "To Mindless Forces" "who tumble..."
January 15, 2009:   "Theology" "The sea, for now, is a blue swag..."
January 8, 2009:   "Psalm against a Rapture" "The monks are on a pilgrimage, swinging uphill..."
January 1, 2008:   "This Morning After Snow, the Body Scrapes Off" "sludge, is mere action. It strips the sleet from the walk..."

Books by K. A. Hays:

Other poems on the web by K. A. Hays:
"Of Outrageous Fortune"
Two poems
Two poems

About Southern Humanities Review:

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