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Architecture Courage Friendship Medical Poetry Relationship Teacher

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  • Of the individual poems, some are more lyric and some are more descriptive or narrative. Each poem is fixed in a moment. All those moments written or read together take on the movement and architecture of a narrative.
  • I started to send my work to journals when I was 26, which was just a question of when I got the courage up. They were mostly journals I had been reading for the previous six or seven years.
  • You are almost not free, if you are teaching a group of graduate students, to become friends with one of them. I don't mean anything erotically charged, just a friendship.
  • My mother was told she couldn't go to medical school because she was a woman and a Jew. So she became a teacher in the New York City public school system.
  • Everyone thinks they're going to write one book of poems or one novel.
  • Translation is an interestingly different way to be involved both with poetry and with the language that I've found myself living in much of the time. I think the two feed each other.
  • I have experienced healing through other writers' poetry, but there's no way I can sit down to write in the hope a poem will have healing potential. If I do, I'll write a bad poem.
  • Clearly, once the student is no longer a student the possibilities of relationship are enlarged.
  • As a teacher you are more or less obliged to pay the same amount of attention to everything. That can wear you down.