Today's poem is "A Box of Records"

from New Ohio Review

James Haug's books and chapbooks include Legend of the Recent Past, Why I Like Chapbooks, and Scratch. Cuba Hill Diary, a little book using drawings from 1930s-era comics, has just been issued by Scram Press. New work appears in Conduit, jubilat, Fell Swoop, and FIELD.

Other poems by James Haug in Verse Daily:
September 25, 2012:   "Geologic Time" "And sometimes I'm just going..."
October 24, 2011:   "North of North" "When I passed on the road a stranger..."
June 11, 2009:   "Idiot Means Good Luck" "Too bad the storm cellar could fit all of us..."
January 25, 2008:   "Root Beer" "We found new combinations of interiors...."
February 20, 2006:   "How It Came to Be Connecticut" " Local weather followed her everywhere...."

Books by James Haug:

Other poems on the web by James Haug:
Three poems
"Hidden Things"
Four poems
Two poems

About New Ohio Review:

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New Ohio Review * English Dept. * 360 Ellis Hall * Ohio University * Athens, OH 45701
Editor: David Wanczyk
Other poems by New Ohio Review in Verse Daily:
June 8, 2016:   "The First Time We Went Camping" by Fay Dillof
September 17, 2015:   "Harping" by Judy Rowe Michaels
September 14 2015:   "Gatekeeper" by Gregory Djanikian
November 19, 2011:   "Downloading the Meltdown" by Elton Glaser
November 18, 2011:   "Women's College" by Kenneth Hart
March 29, 2011:   "How it Happened" by Chelsea Rathburn
April 22, 2009:   "Y at the End of It" by Nancy Eimers

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