The American Poetry Review

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W.S. Merwin and the nameless

The November/December 2010 issue of The American Poetry Review came in the mail today. It features fourteen new poems by W.S. Merwin. Here’s one: Looking Up in the Garden‪These trees have no names‬whatever we call them where will the meanings bewhen the words are forgotten will I see againwhere are you will you be sittingin […]

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The listener helps tell the story

In my opinion, one mark of a good Buddhist is the ability to put oneself in somebody else’s shoes, to see yourself walking with them. Reading Reginald Gibbons’ column “Elsewhere” in the latest issue of The American Poetry Review I was reminded that this ability can be cultivated through the practice of actively listening to […]

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