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Today - Poem by Billy Collins

If ever there were a spring day so perfect, so uplifted by a warm intermittent breeze

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  • Mahtab Bangalee 1/13/2020 9:03:00 PM

    a hammer to the glass paperweight
    on the living room end table............/// wise writings

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  • Michael Walker 1/13/2020 9:01:00 PM

    When I read the whole poem It was so much better, thanks. A classy poem
    in ideas and form-one long periodic sentence linking the stanzas in untroubled unity.

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  • Savita Tyagi 1/13/2020 9:12:00 AM

    Thank you so much Michael Shepherd for the full version of the poem. Let January, February end and we all will be waiting for this kind of day. Reply

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  • Savita Tyagi 1/13/2020 9:05:00 AM

    I wonder who chose this poem. Which country has Spring in January. Certainly not NewYork! I am sure Billy Collins has many poems better that this. Reply

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  • Wendy elaine 11/11/2017 3:46:00 PM

    Their time....young hearts like orchestras sang out in infancy and innocence, enveloped now they feel no doubt time stood still no thought of imminence......waiting there to claim allegiance allure them to its core, they'll never no what might have been their time swallowed up by war. Reply

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  • Michael Shepherd 8/13/2009 2:16:00 PM

    Full version:

    If ever there were a spring day so perfect,
    so uplifted by a warm intermittent breeze

    that it made you want to throw
    open all the windows in the house

    and unlatch the door to the canary's cage,
    indeed, rip the little door from its jamb,

    a day when the cool brick paths
    and the garden bursting with peonies

    seemed so etched in sunlight
    that you felt like taking

    a hammer to the glass paperweight
    on the living room end table,

    releasing the inhabitants
    from their snow-covered cottage

    so they could walk out,
    holding hands and squinting

    into this larger dome of blue and white,
    well, today is just that kind of day.

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  1. The Blackbirds Are Rough Today

    lonely as a dry and used orchard spread over the earth for use and surrender. shot down like an ex-pug selling dailies on the corner. taken by tears like an aging chorus girl who has gotten her last check. a hanky is in order your lord your worship. the blackbirds are rough today like ingrown toenails in an overnight jail--- wine wine whine, the blackbirds run around and fly around harping about Spanish melodies and bones. and everywhere is nowhere--- the dream is as bad as flapjacks and flat tires: why do we go on with our minds and pockets full of dust like a bad boy just out of school--- you tell me, you who were a hero in some revolution you who teach children you who drink with calmness you who own large homes and walk in gardens you who have killed a man and own a beautiful wife you tell me why I am on fire like old dry garbage. we might surely have some interesting correspondence. it will keep the mailman busy. and the butterflies and ants and bridges and cemeteries the rocket-makers and dogs and garage mechanics will still go on a while until we run out of stamps and/or ideas. don't be ashamed of anything; I guess God meant it all like locks on doors.

  2. If Jesus Was Born Today

    If Jesus was born today it would be in a downtown motel marked by a helicopter's flashing bulb. A traffic warden, working late, would be the first upon the scene. Later, at the expense of a TV network, an eminent sociologist, the host of a chat show and a controversial author would arrive with their good wishes -the whole occasion to be filmed as part of the 'Is This The Son Of God?' one hour special. Childhood would be a blur of photographs and speculation dwindling by his late teens into 'Where Is He Now?' features in Sunday magazines. If Jesus was thirty today they wouldn't really care about the public ministry, they'd be too busy investigating His finances and trying to prove He had Church or Mafia connections. The miracles would be explained by an eminent and controversial magician, His claims to be God's Son recognised as excellent examples of Spoken English and immediately incorporated into the O-Level syllabus, His sinless perfection considered by moral philosophers as, OK, but a bit repressive. If Jesus was thirty-one today He'd be the fly in everyone's ointment- the sort of controversial person who stands no chance of eminence. Communists would expel Him, capitalists would exploit Him or have Him smeared by people who know a thing or two about God. Doctors would accuse Him of quackery, soldiers would accuse Him of cowardice, theologians would take Him aside and try to persuade Him of His non-existence. If Jesus was thirty-two today we'd have to end it all. Heretic, fundamentalist, literalist, puritan, pacifist, non-conformist, we'd take Him away and quietly end the argument. But the argument would rumble in the ground at the end of three days and would break out and walk around as though death was some bug, saying 'I am the resurrection and the life... No man cometh to the Father but by me'. While the magicians researched new explanations and the semanticists wondered exactly what He meant by 'I' and 'No man' there would be those who stand around amused, asking for something called proof.

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  4. No Doctor's Today, Thank You

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