The Afternoon Sun – Poets.org – Poetry, Poems, Bios & More

I recently came across Cavafy while reading How to Read a Poem, by Edward Hirsh. Tomorrow everyone is bringing a poem we like to our workshop, and I’m thinking of bringing this one.

Not much blogging in my life recently. I get home late and wake up early, which leaves little energy for writing the sort of this-and-that posts I used to write.

8 thoughts on “The Afternoon Sun – Poets.org – Poetry, Poems, Bios & More

  1. Deb says:

    I’ve had Hirsh’s book on my “next” list for a long while. Cavafy’s poem moves it closer to getting read. Thanks for that!

    Know you are busy, busy. Send you love and hugs!

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  2. Nita says:

    Christine, if you are not blogging I guess its good, because you are out there in the real world. In my case even my work life is on the computer, as I freelance for magazines. I think I have a tennis elbow or something now! On top of that I have started a palmistry blog! Life is hectic, but all of it is on the computer! You know,I really miss your old blog and the posts you used to write!

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  3. Julie says:

    Hi, Christine! Don’t worry about the blogging thing. I drop in to see what’s going on in your life, but I know you’re so very busy. Big hugs and yep…we’ll be around when you’re back. Have a great weekend!

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  4. elizabeth says:

    What do you think of Hirsh’s book? I’ve heard mixed reviews.

    I am struggling to find blogging time, and even more so, poeting. I did start writing a weekly summation of events though, because I don’t know about you, but I don’t want to forget the details of the experience of grad school.

    Hope life is busy but blessed!

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