Ted Kooser Report
A group of spoken poems by Ted Kooser for a assigned report.
Dawn comes later and later now,
and I, who only a month ago
could sit with coffee every morning
watching the light walk down the hill
to the edge of the pond and place
a doe there, shyly...
"A Letter in October" is a poem written and read here by Ted Kooser.
In the Basement of the Goodwill Store
In musty light, in the thin brown air
of damp carpet, doll heads and rust,
beneath long rows of sharp footfalls
like nails in a lid, an old man stands
The poem "In the Basement of the Goodwill Store" written and read here by Ted Kooser.
The first warm day,
and by mid-afternoon
the snow is no more
than a washing
strewn over the yards,
the bedding rolled in knots
and leaking water,
The poem "Late February" writen and read by Ted Kooser.
Walking on Tiptoe
Long ago we quit lifting our heels
like the others - horse, dog, and tiger -
though we thrill to their speed
as they flee. Even the mouse
bearing the great weight of a...
The poem "Walking on Tiptoe" by Ted Kooser, read by Ted Kooser himself.