Mary Oliver

“Mary Oliver. In a region that has produced most of the nation's poet laureates, it is risky to single out one fragile 71-year-old bard of Provincetown. But Mary Oliver, who won the Pulitzer Prize in poetry in 1983, is my choice for her joyous, accessible, intimate observations of the natural world. Her Wild Geese has become so popular it now graces posters in dorm rooms across the land. But don't hold that against her. Read almost anything in New and Selected Poems. She teaches us the profound act of paying attention—a living wonder that makes it possible to appreciate all the others.”—Renée Loth, Boston Globe, September 2, 2007

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mar ☽has quoted2 months ago
if the bees know that otherwise death

is everywhere, even in the red swamp

of a flower. But they did this

with no small amount of desperation—you might say: love
Martha Rhas quoted2 years ago
the dark heart of the story that is all
the reason for its telling?
Martha Rhas quoted2 years ago
I listened to the earth-talk,

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