Douglas Hall | The Sun Magazine

Douglas Hall

Douglas Hall writes from Vermont that “the endless winter is a wicked one — lots of snow and 20 below zero nights.”

— From February 1976

Selected Poems

It slips through us / a parade of delicate / dead women that carry / the sun in the August sky

— from “End of Summer”

February 1976
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