Author John Kaprielian resolved to write one poem a day for a year, and posted them to his blog, myyearinverse.blogspot.com. The results are observational, topical, introspective, occasionally whimsical. It's challenging to write a poem each day; while some poems may not quite succeed, others elevate the experiences of daily life through clever use of language, powerful imagery, and keen observation.
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About the Author
John Kaprielian has been writing poetry on and off for close to 30 years, initially inspired by the work of Yevgeny Yevtushenko. A nature photographer and photo editor by occupation, he brings his keen eye for natural history to many of his poems, which often are triggered by his observations. He studied creative writing at Cornell with the poet A.R. Ammons while getting his degree in Russian Linguistics. He lives in Putnam County, NY, with his wife, a veterinarian, his son, dog, cat, and turtle.