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Poem by Robinson Jeffers – The House-Dog’s Grave

A favorite poet of mine, Robinson’s poetry is about nature, hunan and non-human, how they interact, through successes and failures. His writing is timeless. I just came across this bitter-sweet poem in the collection “The Selected Poetry of Robinson Jeffers”. I’ve changed my ways a little: I cannot now Run with you in the evenings […]
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Poetry Month – Poems by Robinson Jeffers

Selection #2 and #3 for National Poetry Month is Sign-Post and Evening Ebb by Robinson Jeffers, from his collection The Selected Poetry of Robinson Jeffers, 2001 Stanford. Sign-Post Civilized, crying how to be human again: this will tell you how. Turn outward, love things, not men, turn right away from humanity, Let that doll lie. Consider if […]
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