Rivers To The Sea
1926. Teasdale's work has always been characterized by its simplicity and clarity, her use of classical forms, and her passionate and romantic subject matter. In 1918, she won the Columbia University Poetry Society Prize (which became the Pulitzer Prize for Poetry) and the Poetry Society of America Prize for Love Songs. She later committed suicide. Rivers to the Sea is her third volume of verse.
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My second of the four I read in two days. This continued to leave my heart in my throat the entire time. Oh, love. Love, you are trapped in these pages, like a bird, ever caught, at and ever flying free. Read full review