Tag: poetry

Home /
This is the grave of Wallace Stevens. Born in 1879 in Reading, Pennsylvania, Stevens grew up in a German Lutheran family. His family was loaded, his father was a big-time lawyer, and so of course Wallace went to Harvard, though he had to drop out in 1900 due to some family financial setbacks. He went […]


In General
On September 27, 2017
A poem, written by Robert Poston in 1921 When You Meet a Member of the Ku Klux Klan When you meet a member of the Ku Klux Klan / Walk right up and hit him like a natural man; Take no thought of babies he may have at home / Sympathy`s defamed when used upon […]
Though I suppose this would get me fired in Arizona, I’ll admit that I strategically punctuate my lesson plans with profanity. That guy in the back of the class who thinks he failed his engineering midterm yesterday and spent all night fretting about it instead of sleeping? He’s drifting off — and would be, no […]
It is main inner container footer text