Aunt jennifer's tigers by adrienne rich aunt jennifer's tigers learning guide by phd students from stanford, harvard, berkeley. That feeling of the uncanny—the universe rhyming in a minor key, the recurring bad dream—is the undercurrent of almost all of stevie smith's poems, although a few of them are festooned by joy stevie smith's most famous poem is “not waving but drowning,” which begins: nobody heard him, the dead.
Its world poetry day this is our little homage to stevie smith - not waving one of our favourite poemsand this is really lovely because she is reciting the poem the 1950s film is from one of our team's personal home video collection.
It must have been too cold for him his heart gave way they said oh, no no no, it was too cold always (still the dead one lay moaning) i was much too far out all my life and not waving but drowning stevie smith, “not waving but drowning” from collected poems of stevie smith copyright © 1972 by stevie smith.
Recently, i spent a few days searching through the contents of short fiction anthologies to figure out the most frequently anthologized short stories of the recent past the results were useful, and one commenter on that post suggested that it would be interesting to do the same thing with poetry—i agreed.