Daniel Nester Poems
- Late Anniversary Madrigal May you find help from action ...
- Deaf Rush Limbaugh's Macaronic... Soon I'll hear your ...
- Notes On An Unadorned Night after Rene Char Let's agree ...
- There's Got To Be A Morning Af... I heard it once, ...
- Suspicious Minds Lately I've sat here afternoons just ...
Daniel Murlin Nester known as Daniel Nester, is a writer, editor, and poet.
Daniel Nester was raised in Maple Shade Township, New Jersey. His father, Michael Nester, is a truck driver and member of the Teamsters labor union from Tucson, Arizona. His mother, Patricia Little, is a secretary from Maple Shade, New Jersey.
He attended Camden Catholic High School in Cherry Hill, New Jersey, and entered Rutgers University's Camden Campus, or Rutgers-Camden. He is currently am Assistant Professor of English at The College of Saint Rose, in Albany, New York, where he also curates the popular Frequency North reading ... more »
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Late Anniversary Madrigal
May you find help from action figures I keep.
May you find them in the top drawer
And bring them out while you sleep
And I welcome darkness--
The flickering TV, helicopters
May these nightdolls help you,
When every questionnaire questions you,
When diagonal smoke
Use this antidote liberally.
May your walk to the F train be not alone.