Goldenrod Poems

Maggie Smith, 1977-

Book - 2021

"With her breakout bestseller Keep Moving, Maggie Smith captured the nation with her "meditations on kindness and hope" (NPR). Now, with Goldenrod, the award-winning poet returns with a powerful collection of poems that look at parenthood, solitude, love, and memory. Pulling objects from everyday life--a hallway mirror, a rock found in her son's pocket, a field of goldenrods at the side of the road--she reveals the magic of the present moment. Only Maggie Smith could turn an ...autocorrect mistake into a line of poetry, musing that her phone "doesn't observe / the high holidays, autocorrecting / shana tova to shaman tobacco, / Rosh Hashanah to rose has hands" -- Amazon.

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Subjects
Genres
Poetry
Published
New York : One Signal Publishers/Atria 2021.
Edition
First One Signal Publishers/Atria Books hardcover edition
Language
English
Physical Description
xii, 113 pages ; 19 cm
ISBN
9781982185060
Main Author
Maggie Smith, 1977- (author)
  • Machine generated contents note:
  • 1
  • This Sort of Thing Happens All the Time
  • Goldenrod
  • Animals
  • The Hum
  • In the Grand Scheme of Things
  • Ohio Cento
  • Lacrimae
  • Poem Beginning with a Retweet
  • Walking the Dog
  • Starlings
  • Written Deer
  • Rose Has Hands
  • At the End of Our Marriage, in the Backyard
  • If I could set this to music
  • Talk of Horses
  • Inventive Spelling
  • Stone
  • Threshold
  • 2
  • Slipper
  • For My Next Trick
  • December 18, 2008
  • Small Blue Town
  • Ohio Cento
  • Airplanes
  • Tender Age
  • Prove
  • Poor Sheep
  • Half Staff
  • Perennials
  • Interrogators of Orchids
  • At the End of My Marriage, I Think of Something My Daughter Said About Trees
  • Not everything is a poem
  • Confession
  • Small Shoes
  • Planetarium in January
  • After the Divorce, I Think of Something My Daughter Said About Mars
  • Poem Beginning with a Line from Basho
  • 3
  • Invisible Architecture
  • Wild
  • Junk trees
  • First Thaw
  • A Room Like This
  • Ohio Cento
  • Woman, 41, with a History of Alzheimer's on Both Sides of Her Family
  • What Else
  • Porthole
  • Joke
  • Homesick on a Farm in Franklin, Tennessee
  • During Lockdown, I Let the Dog Sleep in My Bed Again
  • Wife for Scale
  • Bride
  • Talisman
  • How Dark the Beginning
  • Verse Chorus Verse Chorus Bridge.