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Claudia Emerson unites comedy and tragedy in her short poem to form one perfect whole
There are what could be termed “better” poems about death by Claudia Emerson, but “Early Elegy: Headmistress” intrigued me so much when I first read it that I chose to write about it this week. The poem is short, only eight … Continue reading