for Philip Levine
Donald Justice has died twice:
once in Miami, in the sun, on a Sunday,
and once in Iowa City, on a Friday
in August, which was not without
its own sun—if not bright spot.
Browse poems about the afterlife below.
|1881||The Grave of Shelley||Oscar Wilde|
|1916||"My Spirit Will Not Haunt the Mound"||Thomas Hardy|
|2018||Where Love Is Ground to Wheat||J. Michael Martinez|
|2017||Tomorrow and Tomorrow Again||Craig Morgan Teicher|
|2018||Leaving||Allison Adelle Hedge Coke|
|2018||As due by many titles I resign (Holy Sonnet II)||John Donne|
|2018||The Dying Girl & The Date Palm||Jennifer Givhan|