Stuart Dischell is an American poet and Professor of English at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, where he teaches in the Master of Fine Arts Program in Creative Writing. He is also a contributing editor at The Alaska Quarterly Review.
He was born on May 29, 1954 in Atlantic City, New Jersey. He studied Literature at Antioch College and received his Master of Fine Arts ... more »
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Days of Me
When people say they miss me,
I think how much I miss me too,
Me, the old me, the great me,
Lover of three women in one day,
Modest me, the best me, friend
To waiters and bartenders, hearty
Laugher and name rememberer,
Proud me, handsome and hirsute
In soccer shoes and shorts
On the ball fields behind MIT,
Strong me in a weightbelt at the gym,
Mutual sweat dripper in and out
Of the sauna, furtive observer
Of the coeducated and scantily clad,
Speedy me, cyclist of rivers,
Goose and peregrine falcon
Counter, all season venturer,
Chatterer-up of ...