Poetry on the T

Poetry on the T enables more than one million people who ride the T every day–to get to work, school, home, to go to restaurants, bars, parks–to read poetry during their commute, in place of advertisements.

August 2014 Poetry on the T:

“Pluto” by Maggie Dietz

“Rising” by Richard Hoffman

“A Place at the Table” by Fred Marchant

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

July 2014 Poetry on the T:

"From a Window" by Amy Lowell

“From a Window” by Amy Lowell

"Ode to Chicken" by Kevin Young

“Ode to Chicken” by Kevin Young

"Seduction" by Adelia Prado, translated by Ellen Doré Watson

“Seduction” by Adelia Prado, translated by Ellen Doré Watson

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

June 2014 Poetry on the T:

Mekeel McBride, "A Little Bit of Timely Advice"

Mekeel McBride, “A Little Bit of Timely Advice”

José Olivarez, "Bulls vs. Suns, 1993"

José Olivarez, “Bulls vs. Suns, 1993”

Christopher Millis, "Ceremony"

Christopher Millis, “Ceremony”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

May 2014 Poetry on the T:

Mary Oliver, “The Summer Day”

Marge Piercy, “To Be of Use”

Christopher Millis, “Ceremony”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

April 2014 Poetry on the T:

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Joseph O. Legaspi, [What Travels]

Tracy K. Smith, "Song"

Tracy K. Smith, “Song”

Nick Flynn, "Marathon"

Nick Flynn, “Marathon”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thank you to all who donated to our Indiegogo campaign to keep Poetry on the T all summer, and show large, long-term sponsors that the public wants poems in place of ads.

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