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In his poem "This Union," Persian poet Hafez celebrates a "union we all need with love," and it's love—in romance, in friendship, in kinship, in community—that we aspire to, now of all times. Read these poems for Valentine's Day.
In the latest installment of Rachel Eliza Griffith's P.O.P video series, Jacqueline Jones LaMon reads a poem by Cornelius Eady and a poem of her own and discusses the importance of claiming and writing one's personal experiences.
Find out what new opportunities are out there for you with Jobs for Poets, our free weekly roundup of jobs in the arts. This week's listings will include jobs at Columbus State University, the Minnesota State Arts Board, and W. W. Norton, among others. Check Stanza every Wednesday for more.
Poetry Breaks: Li-Young Lee
"I find five irises, and call them lovely. / As if a woman, once, lay by them awhile, / then woke, rose, went, the memory of hair/ lingers on their sweet tongues," reads Li-Young Lee in this week's new Poetry Breaks video, featuring his poem "Irises."
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RIP Thomas Lux (1946–2017) Read about Lux on Poets.org.
RIP Harry Mathews (1930–2017) Read about Mathews on Poets.org.
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