Biography of Carol Snow
Carol Snow is an American poet.
In 2002, she was resident poet at University of California Berkeley.
She lives in San Francisco.
1989 National Poetry Series, for Artist and Model, selected by Robert Hass
Poetry Center Book Award,
Joseph Henry Jackson Award in Literature
Poetry Fund grant
National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship.
Carol Snow's Works:
Artist and Model (1991)
Breath as: short poems (1994)
For (April 2000)
The seventy prepositions: poems (2004)
Placed: Karesansui Poems ( 2008)
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Carol Snow Poems
Near a shrine in Japan he'd swept the path and then placed camellia blossoms there. Or -- we had no way of knowing -- he'd swept the path
another massacre; and the clean bright morning. Keeping walking. 'Contradiction' is human -- I know that. And 'knowing'... A stirring from the place the whirlwind -- something like
News Of: Codicils
Too many things one must know -- so many --
another massacre; and the clean bright morning.
Keeping walking. 'Contradiction' is human -- I know that.
And 'knowing'... A stirring from the place the whirlwind -- something like
fear -- arises, and watching my breath
to still that. Suddenly thinking somewhere in the breath -- along
the breath, is an understood place. Somewhere -- but somewhere
in passing -- where the matter is reconciled.