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Poems in the Attic
Selected by Gladys Acosta-Melendez

Poems can be written anywhere the muse appears. Attics are good places to become inspired. William Carlos Williams wrote poems describing the things he observed from the attic of his home. The poems collected in this notebook may have been inspired in an attic.

Poems describe landscapes and spaces. From an attics's viewpoint inspiration can be drawn.
A Clear Midnight by Walt Whitman
Ah! Sunflower by William Blake
At a Window by Carl Sandburg
Design by Robert Frost
Garden Homage by Medbh McGuckian
My House, I Say by Robert Louis Stevenson
Playgrounds by Laurence Alma-Tadema
Recuerdo by Edna St. Vincent Millay
The House by Richard Wilbur
The Layers by Stanley Kunitz
The Snowfall Is So Silent by Miguel de Unamuno
The Swing by Robert Louis Stevenson
Winter Trees by William Carlos Williams
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