Readers have to be sought out and won to the light of the page, poem by poem, one by one by one.
Poetry seems especially like nothing else so much as itself. Poetry is not like, it is the very lining of the inner life.
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|Birth:||6th January, 1949|
C. D. Wright was born in Mountain Home, Arkansas to a chancery judge and a court reporter. She earned a BA in French from Memphis State College in 1971 and briefly attended law school before leaving to pursue an MFA from the University of Arkansas, which she received in 1976.
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