Life on Mars
Presents the third collection of new poems by the Pulitzer-prize-winning poet.
You lie there kicking like a baby, waiting for God himself
To lift you past the rungs of your crib. What
Would your life say if it could talk?
—from “No Fly Zone”
My God, it's full of stars
The universe is a house party
The Museum of Obsolescence
At some point, they'll want to know what it was like
It & Co.
The largeness we can't see
Don't you wonder, sometimes?
The universe : original motion picture soundtrack
The speed of belief
Life on Mars
They may love all that he has chosen and hate all that he has rejected
The universe as primal scream
Everything that ever was
The good life
Willed in Autumn
When your small form tumbled into me
Us & Co
Fathers and daughters
From the critics
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