16 Reflections on Writing a Buddhist (or Any) Poem

I In the high reaches of the Bear River Mountains of Northern Utah the leaves of the big tooth maples are turning red, and the sky arches a rich blue over the campus of Utah State University. I think of my own college student days, the world opening before me with continents of thought and … Continue reading

About Michael Sowder

Michael Sowder’s poetry collection, The Empty Boat, won the 2004 TS Eliot Award. His newest books are House Under the Moon and Whitman’s Ecstatic Union, a study of Walt Whitman’s poetry. Michael also writes creative nonfiction about Buddhism, Hinduism, and the natural world.

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