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 Galway Kinnell  (include dates)

 

 About the poet

 Galway Kinnell ....  (approx. 150 words --something about the poet's life that is pertinent to his poetry)  Be sure to credit your source for this information either by citing the source or creating a link to it.  If you find an interview, etc., you might want to create a link to is -- with a highlight of a key part)  Proofread all of your entries.  Write them first in Word, use the grammar check and spell check, paste them here and then proofread them again.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

           Blackberry Eating

 
I love to go out in late September
among fat, overripe, icy, black blackberries
to eat blackberries for breakfast,
the stalks very prickly, a penalty
they earn for knowing the black art
of blackberry-making; and as I stand among them
lifting the stalks to my mouth, the ripest berries
fall almost unbidden to my tongue,
as words sometimes do, certain peculiar words
like strengths or squinched,
many-lettered, one-syllabled lumps.,
which I squeeze, squinch open, and splurge well
in the silent, startled, icy, black language
of blackberry-eating in late September
 
                   Galway Kinnell
[Minimum of 150-word explanation of this poem:  What the poem is about (see questions you used for discussing poems in class) and how its meaning is conveyed:  patterns of images, alliteration, symbols, etc.]

 

 

Second poem -- plus explanation

 

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at 1:37 pm on Apr 25, 2007

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at 8:19 am on May 8, 2007

Just another test

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