05/05/2011

“There Will Come Soft Rains” uses bird-songish rhyme to construct a study of human insignificance.

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BIO:

Saara Myrene Raappana was born and raised in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Her poetry has appeared or is forthcoming in such publications as 32 Poems, Harvard Review Online, The Cincinnati Review, The Gettysburg Review, and Verse Daily. She is an editor for Cellpoems.
MORE REVIEWS:

05/05/2011
'Jeff Tigchelaar’s “One Way of Looking at Thirteen Blackbirds”', Saara Myrene Raappana


06/29/2011
'Joe Wilkins, RADIO ALL NIGHT SPECIAL AM', Mary Beth Ferda


06/17/2011
'Michael Schiavo, “from The Mad Song”', Casey Thayer


SOME POEMS:

11/23/2011
'After +', K. Marrott


01/30/2013
'Asymmetriphobia', Jessica Piazza


09/07/2011
'Definition of a Seagull', Jorge Carrera Andrade


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