Propping his tripod, Hine remembers
Childhood snowfall in Wisconsin,
Flakes careening in prairie wind,
A red sleigh skimming a frozen lake,
Curlicued breath-mist of two dappled drays.
But this is a blizzard of cotton dust
From the looms & thirty
Browse below for poems about divorce. For more, see Breakups.
|2013||Coming and Going||Tony Hoagland|
|2012||Hey Allen Ginsberg Where Have You Gone and What Would You Think of My Drugs?||Rachel Zucker|
|2010||In Praise of Their Divorce||Tony Hoagland|
|2009||The World as Seen Through a Glass of Ice Water||Dobby Gibson|
|2005||Failing and Flying||Jack Gilbert|
|2003||Good Night||Wilhelm Müller|
|2000||Family Reunion||Jeredith Merrin|
|1921||Ebb||Edna St. Vincent Millay|