Mark Strand

Rookie (Prince Edward Island, Canada)

Mark Strand Poems

1. Old Man Leaves Party 5/21/2015
2. OUR MASTERPIECE IS THE PRIVATE LIFE 2/20/2019
3. The Minister of Culture Gets His Wish 2/20/2019
4. The Mysterious Arrival of an Unusual Letter 2/20/2019
5. No Words Can Describe It 2/20/2019
6. Mystery and Solitude in Topeka 7/28/2015
7. The View 7/31/2015
8. When the Vacation is Over for Good 9/7/2015
9. WHERE ARE THE WATERS OF CHILDHOOD? 2/20/2019
10. Futility in Key West 2/20/2019
11. The Old Age of Nostalgia 7/28/2015
12. Xvi 8/28/2014
13. The Prediction 8/28/2014
14. Orpheus Alone 8/28/2014
15. "The Dreadful Has Already Happened&Quot; 8/28/2014
16. I Had Been A Polar Explorer 8/28/2014
17. Man And Camel 8/28/2014
18. The Couple 8/28/2014
19. Mirror 8/28/2014
20. My Mother On An Evening In Late Summer 8/28/2014
21. From The Long Sad Party 8/28/2014
22. The New Poetry Handbook 8/28/2014
23. The End 8/28/2014
24. The Midnight Club 8/28/2014
25. So You Say 8/28/2014
26. For Jessica, My Daughter 2/24/2015
27. In Celebration 8/28/2014
28. Coming To This 8/28/2014
29. My Life 8/28/2014
30. The Continuous Life 8/28/2014
31. Eating Poetry 4/11/2013
32. The Idea 8/28/2014
33. Breath 4/11/2013
34. The Coming Of Light 8/28/2014
35. Lines For Winter 4/11/2013
36. A Piece Of The Storm 8/28/2014
37. The Garden 8/28/2014
38. The Everyday Enchantment Of Music 8/28/2014
39. The Remains 4/11/2013
40. Keeping Things Whole 4/11/2013

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Best Poem of Mark Strand

Keeping Things Whole

In a field
I am the absence
of field.
This is
always the case.
Wherever I am
I am what is missing.

When I walk
I part the air
and always
the air moves in
to fill the spaces
where my body's been.

We all have reasons
for moving.
I move
to keep things whole.

Read the full of Keeping Things Whole

The Remains

I empty myself of the names of others. I empty my pockets.
I empty my shoes and leave them beside the road.
At night I turn back the clocks;
I open the family album and look at myself as a boy.

What good does it do? The hours have done their job.
I say my own name. I say goodbye.
The words follow each other downwind.
I love my wife but send her away.

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