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Work Clothes
While not a list poem, this poem by Marianna Hofer, like Pinsky’s "The Shirt," considers the meaning of a particular shirt – the flannel shirt worn by her father.
The Farm When I Was Five
Grace Butcher's poem is a rememory.
The Joanna Caper
The character of Joanna in the book, In Joanna's House by Bonnie Jacobson, takes on many personas. In this poem, she is the noir client who has just walked in the detective’s door.
There Are No Timeouts in Baseball
Today's poem is for Cleveland's Opening Day, and it's not a lie but the opposite: it's based on, and titled with, one big truth.
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