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May Swenson

Anna Thilda May "May" Swenson (May 28, 1913 in Logan, Utah – December 4, 1989 in Bethany Beach, Delaware) was an American poet and playwright. She is considered one of the most important and original poets of the 20th century, as often hailed by the noted critic Harold Bloom.

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    The summer that I was ten—
    Can it be there was only one
    summer that I was ten? It must

    have been a long one then—
    —May Swenson (1919–1995)

    Go tie back your hair, said my mother,
    and Why is your mouth all green?
    Rob Roy, he pulled some clover
    as we crossed the field, I told her.
    —May Swenson (1919–1995)