Start January with resolutions, end December with candy. Over fifty poems explore the rhythms of the year and of life in nature, the garden, and the family. "There is a time for everything, and a season for every activity under heaven" said the writer of Ecclesiastes. Calendar contains poems about those times—the new life of spring, the peace of fall; the drudgery of housework, the release of vacation; memories of youth and reflections on aging. Styles include haiku, villanelle, pantoum, light and free verse.
WILLIAM DE MORGAN "How can you know whether you are successful or not at forty-one? How do you know you won't have a tremendous success, all of a sudden? Yes – after another ten years, perhaps – but some time! And then twenty years of real, happy work. It has all been before, this sort of thing. Why not you?" Thus spoke the hopeful Alice to the…
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