Poem of the Week: “Wife” by Ada Limón

This week’s poem was chosen by Assistant to the Director, Estee Schlenner. “When I first read this poem it stayed with me for a long time after. The way Limón writes so honestly about marriage is admirable, and the ending is just stunning.” Wife I’m not yet comfortable with the word, its short clean wooshContinue reading “Poem of the Week: “Wife” by Ada Limón”

Poem of the Week: “I Remember the Carrots,” by Ada Limón

Center for Poetry graduate fellow Alecia Beymer said this about this week’s choice: “I chose this poem for a number of reasons: I’m taken by the promise in the first line; I don’t know exactly what the poem means or even endeavors to mean and I’m grateful for that uncertainty; I have begun to repeatContinue reading “Poem of the Week: “I Remember the Carrots,” by Ada Limón”