Williams: a solace of ripe plums

*Multiple Poets

Read By: Robert Pinsky

The value of saying “line” rather than “line ending.” As with Robert Frost’s “To Earthward,” this poem by William Carlos Williams serves as a defining example for the power of lines, in the “dance” with the grammar and word order.

  • William Carlos Williams
  • Robert Frost
  • 20th Century
  • English
  • Form as a Quality
  • Lecture
  • Poetry
  • Form
  • Difficulty
  • The Art of Poetry