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National Book Critics Circle @bookcritics🔁RIP Donald Hall, winner of the NBCC award in Poetry for 1988's "The One Day." nytimes.com
The Paris Review @parisreview🔁“The act of writing a poem is a bodily act as well as a mental and imaginative act, and the act of reading a poem—eve twitter.com n silently—must be bodily before it’s intellectual.” Rest in peace, Donald Hall.
Mark R. Chaires @MRChaires🔁"Every important thing in my life had found itself into poems," Donald Hall said in a 2006 interview. When his wife was dying of leukemia, "what else could I write about?"
Joe Pagano @603golfdrive🔁 In memory of Donald Hall, a collection of his poetry, essays, and recordings. poet.ly
Joe Pagano @603golfdrive🔁You are alive when you love someone
and lie with her making the spoons.
You are alive when dead love
cuts the cords behind your knees.
Kenneth D. Cole @KDColewrite🔁Remembering poet Donald Hall, who passed away last night at the age of 89. He appeared on the cover of Poets & Writers Magazine back in November 2014. Read the profile by now
darth filious @msfilz🔁"He was devoted to the art and craft of writing, and his discipline was an example to others." —Henri Cole , our former Executive Director, on his friend Donald Hall
Lisa Sisler @gonzo_rhetoric🔁I was lucky enough to take a master class with Donald Hall during graduate school. His lessons still resonate and he twitter.com will be missed.
Param Chopra @Param32🔁“Workshops encourage a kind of local competition, being better than the poet who sits next to you—in place of the useful competition of trying to be better than Dante.” —Donald Hall
Todd Smith @nipponhamz🔁Here's the one you should read about Donald Hall:
'His prose had to be fast, but his poems simmered. He was a poet of patience. He did not necessarily love needing such patience: “Too long! I wish I did not take so long.”'
Beth Levin @op109🔁I appreciate all Donald Hall did for as the magazine's first poetry editor, and all he's done for poetry in this country. He will be missed.
Thank you, too, to for this touching tribute.
Henry Martin @MadDaysofMe🔁Tune in this morning as we remember , N.H. poet and former U.S. poet laureate, who died earlier this week.
Fabio Duran @myfabiotwitt🔁“The horrors of antiquity—a ‘black fatigue,’ congestive heart failure, ‘a hundred and fifty colonoscopies,’ walking more slowly with his ‘rollator,’ falling down, the loss of words—did not exclude joy and love.” on Donald Hall:
Rebecca blitz @Rebeccablitz1🔁“Poetry is what I've done my whole life. And every important thing in my life had found itself into poems.”
— Donald Hall
Cutter Streeby @CutterStreeby🔁“Workshops encourage a kind of local competition, being better than the poet who sits next to you—in place of the use twitter.com ful competition of trying to be better than Dante.” —Donald Hall
The Petersons, Inc @Petersons_RE🔁Whether you appreciate Donald Hall's lines of poetry, his prose books, or his children's tale, his death June 23, com twitter.com es as very sad news for the state of New Hampshire.
Amy Atkins-Gloom @Losile🔁Jane Kenyon wrote this poem for her husband Donald Hall when they both believed he was dying of cancer. He ended up surviving her by twenty-three years, writing beautifully of their time together. Today he returns to her, to the work and life they loved—
Poets.org @POETSorg🔁"He was devoted to the art and craft of writing, and his discipline was an example to others." —Henri Cole , twitter.com our former Executive Director, on his friend Donald Hall
The Paris Review @parisreview🔁“Workshops encourage a kind of local competition, being better than the poet who sits next to you—in place of the use twitter.com ful competition of trying to be better than Dante.” —Donald Hall
Paula Munier @PaulaSMunier🔁Poet, writer & critic Donald Hall has died at age 89. He was Poet Laureate Consultant in Poetry 2006-07. Here's a page of resources on Hall, including recordings of him reading from his work
PBS NewsHour @NewsHour🔁"Every important thing in my life had found itself into poems," Donald Hall said in a 2006 interview. When his wife w twitter.com as dying of leukemia, "what else could I write about?"
Phi£ippe Dambourn€t @pdambournet_🔁This was Sylvia Plath's copy of the late Donald Hall's 1962 anthology Contemporary American Poetry which she reviewed on the BBC on 10 January 1963. It was published in 2010 in The Spoken Word: Sylvia Plath.
ElderflowerJam @ElderflowerJam🔁Donald Hall, man of letters, mentor, and friend, rest in peace .
This is one of the last poems he wrote, touchingly so. From THE BACK CHAMBER.
Paula Munier @PaulaSMunier🔁My first thought when I heard that Donald Hall died last night was "He and Jane are together again." If I could picture heaven, it would be like this: purple sweaters, lamps covered in flowers, & poets holding each other.
You will be missed, Mr. Hall. 💕
Paula Munier @PaulaSMunier🔁Let us stifle under mud at the pond's edge
and affirm that it is fitting
and delicious to lose everything.
—Donald Hall (1928 - 2018), Rest in Peace
Paula Munier @PaulaSMunier🔁One of my favorite poets, Donald Hall, has gone on to join his wife, poet Jane Kenyon (another favorite), in that gre twitter.com at prose poem of infinity.
New Hampshire weeps.
Paula Munier @PaulaSMunier🔁"At eighty-seven, I am solitary." In 2016, the late poet Donald Hall wrote about solitude and loneliness:
The Exchange @NHPRExchange🔁Tune in this morning as we remember , N.H. poet and former U.S. poet laureate, who died earlier this week. twitter.com
The Frost Place @Frost_Place🔁 nhpr.org
Isabella Massardo @IMassardo🔁 Donald Hall, a Poet Laureate of the Rural Life, Is Dead at 89 nyti.ms
Jessamine Price, MPhil (Oxon), MFA @JessaminePrice🔁Still thinking about Donald Hall. When I lived in New Hampshire, someone told me Hall’s succinct sum-up of the NH-Ver twitter.com mont culture gap. To paraphrase: Vermonters think New Hampshire folk are red-necks. And by red-necks, they mean anyone north of Boston who can drive a nail. RIP.
NYT Obituaries @NYTObits🔁Donald Hall, a Poet Laureate of the Rural Life, Is Dead at 89 nyti.ms
David Stanley @DStan58🔁Donald Hall. A poem with one fact. So much an inside story yet so much everyone's. May his memory be for a blessing. twitter.com Z'l.
Z.G. Tomaszewski @ZG_Tomaszewski🔁Donald Hall, man of letters, mentor, and friend, rest in peace .
This is one of the last poems he wrote, touchingly twitter.com so. From THE BACK CHAMBER.
Yuu.I @yuunnnn77🔁"When I am sitting down writing, I am in my heaven — my old heaven."
Donald Hall, Former Poet Laureate, Dies At 89:
winsome gwynne @wynsome_gwen🔁Revisiting this painfully beautiful 2004 essay by Donald Hall, on his and Jane Kenyon’s “double solitude.”
“We lived in the house of poetry, which was also the house of love and grief; the house of solitude and art.”
John Hines @John_M_Hines🔁"I see no reason to spend your life writing poems unless your goal is to write great poems." —Donald Hall
Brenda Tremblay 🎤☕ @BrendaBTremblay🔁 Donald Hall, a Poet Laureate of the Rural Life, Is Dead at 89, via @nytimes nytimes.com
Paul Kirschling @pablodepama🔁When I learned Donald Hall was such a prolific letter writer he had his own zip code, I wrote him a fan letter beginning "Hail to mail!" His reply from Danbury, NH 03230 begins, "Hail to mail! Indeed..."
susan merrell @susan_merrell🔁“Don came to stand for the idea of ongoingness itself. And to think that he might not be ongoing is a hard thing.” -Sven Birkerts, former Director of
We mourn the passing and celebrate the life of Donald Hall, writer in residence:
Nicola Jane Calder @NicolaCalder7🔁I just learned Donald Hall died last night. He was 89.
Below is his poem "Affirmation"
"To grow old is to lose everything.
Aging, everybody knows it.
Even when we are young,
we glimpse it sometimes..."
Here's the story:
Sage Solutions, LLC @sagewellbeing🔁Review | Donald Hall’s parting gift: Essays on aging and not always gracefully washingtonpost.com
Emilie Stigliani @EmilieStigliani🔁I had the opportunity to interview Donald Hall in 2014. As I read a publicist's copy of his forthcoming book, I've h twitter.com ad the urge to find his phone number in my reporting notes and call. I didn't. Instead: What I never told Donald Hall
Kalisvar Marimuthu @kalisvar🔁The hospital - “the huge vessel that heaves water month after month, without leaving port, without moving a knot, without arrival or destination, its great engines pounding” - Donald Hall (New Yorker 1996)
Chris DiLeo @authordileo🔁A poem to remember Donald Hall, former U.S. poet laureate pbs.org
Chris DiLeo @authordileo🔁Donald Hall, a Poet Laureate of the Rural Life, Is Dead at 89 nyti.ms A wonderful poet. He understood human nature and grief twitter.com .
Carlos @Carlos_baype🔁3 MVPs Donald Hall Heather Locklear #HappyBirthdayAriana tinyurl.com
Joanna Ciafone @joanna_ciafone🔁Just heard. Donald Hall died. Former poet laureate. Who's been publishing such fiercely clear-eyed essay lately. This poem about his wife's death, from 1998, is one of my favorite things we've ever aired. I'm sad.
Tom Proietti @tpmedia🔁Donald Hall, a Poet Laureate of the Rural Life, Is Dead at 89, via @nytimes nytimes.com
Kate Bowers/SRT @k8bthere🔁
Good morning readers. Today's poem is shared in memory of the great Donald Hall. Here is his "A Sister on the Tracks twitter.com ." Read the full text of the poem below or at this link....
Simran Makhija @burningmybridge🔁If anyone ever needs to weep openly Donald Hall's "Without" is basically his diary from Jane's last days
Teresa Swist @teresaswist🔁“The act of writing a poem is a bodily act as well as a mental and imaginative act, and the act of reading a poem—even silently—must be bodily before it’s intellectual.” Rest in peace, Donald Hall.
Amanda L Cheairs @Acheairs🔁We are saddened by the passing of Donald Hall, prolific writer and US poet laureate. Hear his searing wit and humor in this discussion from our archive on the State of American Poetry, with Charles Bernstein, Amy Clampitt, Martin Espada, and Molly Peacock:
KTTC TV @KTTCTV🔁Correction: Obit-Poet Donald Hall story kttc.com
WXOW News 19 @WXOW🔁Correction: Obit-Poet Donald Hall story wxow.com
Maggie Inbamuthiah @MaggieInbamth🔁American poet Donald Hall passed away yesterday. I learned of him from my TL. And found this beautiful essay he wrote about his wife, after her death. If you're in a relationship, or have been in one, you should read this.
The Phantom Paragrapher @beau_angelnz🔁Donald Hall, Former Poet Laureate, Dies at 89 publishersweekly.com
Alan Lee @DrAlanLee1🔁"Poetry gives the griever not release from grief but companionship in grief. Poetry embodies the complexities of feeling at their most intense & entangled, & therefore offers (over centuries, or over no time at all) the company of tears." ~Donald Hall, RIP