The New Yorker and Poetry Hope

The New Yorker has dropped some poetry gems recently. Between Tennessee Williams’ “Your Blinded Hand,” (April 4, 2011) and Stephen Dunn’s “The Imagined” (March 14, 2011) they are coming dangerously close to renewing my faith in poetry.

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