Susan Kelly-DeWitt

Susan Kelly-DeWitt (? - Present)

Susan Kelly-DeWitt was born in Northern California and is the author of A Camellia for Judy (Frith Press, 1998), Feather’s Hand (Swan Scythe Press, 2000), and To a Small Moth (Poet’s Corner Press, 2001). Her poems have appeared in Poetry, Dogwood, North American Review and elsewhere. She has received a Wallace Stegner Fellowship for Poetry in 1998 and the 1993 Chicago Literary Award.

Poems By Susan Kelly-DeWitt

Poetry, August 2002

Summer Of The Grandmothers (1 Comment »)
Analysis, meaning and summary of Susan Kelly-DeWitt's poem Summer Of The Grandmothers

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  1. nora says:

    it seems as if she is talking of the earth, not just grandmothers. “they come back in their white shifts, their ruffled shawls of salt white…” its like the ocean and the beach. you can disturb the sand ,but a new wave will always come over it and make it right

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