Monday, October 22, 2012

Minnesota's Own John Caddy Reads in Minneapolis

There was a nice crowd for the poet tonight at the "Literary Witnesses" series at Plymouth Congregational Church. Here are a few lines from "Feathered Ears," which appears in With Mouths Open Wide: New and Selected Poems (Milkweed):

     Owl's hunt is so still that when I see a talon flex
     I almost hear long hoarfrost crystals
     break and sift to ground.

Thank you, John, for three decades of more beauty than we can hold.

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