poems by theodore roethke

Poetry Essay #3: Checking Out Old Loves

by Joe Weil Arts & Society
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Guns to the right of me! Jargon to the left of me! All volley and hold the thunder (after all, thunder may be perceived as a semiotic indicator of male patriarchy). I look at my daughter and say: “I’m so sorry, but I wanted you to exist.

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