224. Enough: Suzanne Buffam

Suzanne Buffam's Enough", along with Victorian poet Arthur Symons "April Midnight", was the choice of our local high school's Poetry Out Loud representative, Casey Ober.  She went to the state competition and made the Top 10 regional finalists. What was most interesting, in the interview I read, was her passion for the poem.  Ober enjoyed... Continue Reading →


Memorizing Poems

I don't remember memorizing more than two lines of a poem. And I did it poorly. I'm never sure if it's "Two paths diverge in a wood" or "Two roads...." Of course, both are kind of wrong, one more than an other: It's "Two roads diverged in a yellow woods." For my graduate class on... Continue Reading →

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