Twenty-one is a cycle of brief poems written in the year following the death of the author's daughter.
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About the Author
A native New Yorker, Katherine Barrett Swett has a PhD in American Literature from Columbia University and heads the English Department at an independent school. She lives with her husband and two sons in New York. Her poems have appeared recently in The Lyric and Rattle.
Table of ContentsWhat we imagine 1
No breath at all? 9
No cause 13
Why don't you haunt me? 17
Why we are sometimes silent 21
No more seasons 23