Janet Lewis

(17 August 1899 - 30 November 1998 / Chicago, Illinois)

Janet Lewis Poems

1. At Carmel Highlands 4/20/2010
2. Days 1/3/2003

Comments about Janet Lewis

  • Basil DePinto (11/16/2018 9:03:00 AM)

    Lewis wrote, in Child in a Garden III, of the hummingbird: ...in thin air standing - motion and quiet reconciled.
    She is the poet of nature and the inner workings of the heart, and of reconciliation in the person and in the world.

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Best Poem of Janet Lewis

Days

Swift and subtle
The flying shuttle
Crosses the web
And fills the loom,
Leaving for range
Of choice or change
No time, no room.

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