The Piano Lesson
A few notes, like planets of the remaining
Our Spaniard, perhaps as near as the next room,
The music, meeting you there, planets
Behind the piano. Even in daylight,
Time might be anything, even the least
Donald Revell is the author of more than a dozen collections of poetry, including Pennyweight Windows: New & Selected Poems. His other books include six volumes of translations from the French and three works of critical prose. Among his honors are the Academy of American Poets Lenore Marshall Prize, Guggenheim, NEA, and Ingram-Merrill Fellowships, as well as three PEN USA awards in poetry and translation. Revell teaches at the University of Nevada-Las Vegas where he serves as Chair of the Department of English.
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