Today's poem is "Falling but Frozen"

from Poetry Northwest

David Hernandez's most recent collection of poetry is Dear, Sincerely (University of Pittsburgh Press, 2016). His other books include Hoodwinked (Sarabande Books, 2011), winner of the Kathryn A. Morton Prize in Poetry, and Always Danger (SIU Press, 2006), winner of the Crab Orchard Series.

Other poems by David Hernandez in Verse Daily:
December 23, 2015:   "Algebra of the Sky" "I am bored with all this emptiness, God said..."
October 9, 2014:   "We Real Nerds" "We real nerds. We..."
August 26, 2014:   "Sincerely, the Sky" "Yes, I see you down there..."
October 25, 2011:   "Fooling the Buffalo" "A buffalo could outrun a lion, could outlast..."
May 25, 2005:  "Fontanelle" ""In the womb our skull's not one bone..."
August 13, 2002:  "Wile E. Coyote Attains Nirvana" "No wonder after each plummet..."

Books by David Hernandez:

Other poems on the web by David Hernandez:
"Algebra of the Sky"
"On Speaker"
"Happiness Epidemic"
"Building a Joke"
"This Is Just To Say I?m a Zombie"
"100 Best Flowers of the Year"
"Hornet's Nest"
Two poems
Four poems
"Museum Guard"
"Remember it Wrong"
Two poems
"The Butterfly Effect"
Five poems

David Hernandez's Home Page.

David Hernandez according to Wikipedia.

David Hernandez on Twitter.

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