Poem of the Week: “Poem with Two Endings,” by Jane Hirshfield

  Poem With Two Endings   Say ‘death’ and the whole room freezes – even the couches stop moving, even the lamps. Like a squirrel suddenly aware it is being looked at. Say the word continuously, and things begin to go forward. Your life takes on the jerky texture of an old film strip. ContinueContinue reading “Poem of the Week: “Poem with Two Endings,” by Jane Hirshfield”