Friday, July 14, 2017

"Socks" by Margaret Ross

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July 14, 2017


Margaret Ross

About This Poem


"I was thinking how description is a funny form of touch, in some sense more lifelike than what a hand does. It tries to make something distant feel close, so even apparently impassive description contains a low-grade longing, like a pilot light."
—Margaret Ross


Margaret Ross is the author of A Timeshare (Omnidawn Publishing, 2015). She teaches at Stanford University and lives in Berkeley, California.

Poetry by Ross


A Timeshare

(Omnidawn Publishing, 2015)

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