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Claude McKay
"Romance"
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Robert Creeley
"The Rain"
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Frank O'Hara
"Les Luths"
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George Starbuck
"Sonnet in the Shape of a Potted Christmas Tree"
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Charles Tomlinson
"Snow Signss"
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Grace Schulman
"Crossing the Square"
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Thomas Hardy
"The Darkling Thrush"
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John Ashbery
"Late Echo"
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Billy Collins
"Design"
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Charlotte Anna Perkins Gilman
"The Housewife"
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Richard F. Hugo
"Degrees of Gray in Philipsburg"
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Robinson Jeffers
"Carmel Point"
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George Herbert
"Easter Wings"
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E.E. Cummings
"Buffalo Bill's"
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Jane Hirshfield
"The Woodpecker Keeps Returning"
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Kay Ryan
"Leaving Spaces"
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Kay Ryan
"Distance"
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John Donne
"The Good Morrow"
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Emily Dickinson
"Wild Nights! — Wild Nights!"
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Richard Wilbur
"Year's End"
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William Carlos Williams
"Blizzard"
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Denise Levertov
"The Secret"
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Geoffrey Hill
"Picture of a Nativity"
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George Starbuck
“Catalogue Raisonn” of My Refrigerator Door"
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Susan Stewart
"Let Me Tell You About My Marvelous God"
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Robert Duncan
"Passage Over Water"
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Naomi Shihab Nye
"Boy and Egg"
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Frank O'Hara
"Why I am not a Painter"
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George Oppen
"Time of the Missle"
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Alicia Suskin Ostriker
"Boil"
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John Keats
"When I Have Fears"
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Kay Ryan
"Repetition"
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Originally Published: February 15, 2013

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Originally appeared in Poetry magazine.

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