Poet: Adrienne Rich
Poem: November 1968
Volume: The Fact of a Doorframe
Year: Published/Written in 1968
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Comment 1 of 3, added on July 2nd, 2005 at 10:49 PM.
I read this poem in the early seventies and it stuck with me for years and years it was one of the first Adrienne Rich poems that i ever read. I then became in short devoted to Adrienne Rich as a poet in my opinion she is one of the 20th centuries finest an important poets.Her poems shift your soul and deepen your sense of the world close-up and far away.As of woman for me they touched me so deeply.My dearest friend died from ovarian cancer at 42 and the first thing i went to in my time of grief was that poem.The book The Will to Change just seamed to appear in my hand and my poem November 1968 just seamed to allow me to let go of the one I loved most in this world just a little easier.
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