THE FOURTH DAILY POEM PROJECT, WEEK TEN RESULTS
Well, it took me a while to get to it, but here it is:
The winner of week ten of my fourth Daily Poem Project is Night. Fire, by Elaine Sexton, which received 4 votes out of 12 cast. Two poems tied for second with three votes: Grandmother, by Valzhyna Mort (tr. by the author, Elizabeth Oehlkers Wright and Franz Wright), and Treason, by James Tate. I think that was the closest vote yet!
My thanks to everyone who voted. I'll be posting the call for votes for week eleven in a few minutes.
Winner of week one: Alison Brackenbury's "Edward Thomas's daughter"
Winner of week two: Martha Zweig's "Overturn"
Winner of week three: B. T. Shaw's "We End, Like Galileo"
Winner of week four: Damian Walford Davies's "Plague"
Winner of week five: Mary Jo Salter's "Point of View"
Winner of week six: Bill Zavatsky's "Ode to the Maker of Odes"
Winner of week seven: Marie Howe's "The Star Market"
Winner of week eight: Adam Zagajewski's "In a Little Apartment," (tr. Clare Cavanagh)
Co-winner of week nine: John Rybicki's "Her Body Like a Lantern Next to Me"
Co-winner of week nine: Sidney Wade's "Siamo a la Frutta"