A Poem to Share for Poem in Your Pocket Day

It’s Poem in Your Pocket Day, or so I’m told. I don’t entirely know what celebrating the day entails, but I presume I can take this holiday at face value and suggest that we should all carry poems in our pockets today. I’m not wearing pockets, but if I were, I’d gladly tote around this perennial favorite, “A Rabbit as King of the Ghosts,” by Wallace Stevens, courtesy again of the Poetry Foundation‘s wonderful new online archive. (Make sure to click through for page 2 of the poem!)

 

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