Poets Weave

Raleigh Lee reads “Smile Cheese” and more

In this edition of The Poets Weave, Raleigh Lee reads his poems "Smile Cheese," "Women in Flames Walks Through Mall," and "Early Morning Walk."

moon cheese

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The moon made of cheese....literally.

“Dad, what’s the point of this story?” Bart asks.
Homer replies, “I like stories.”
–The Simpsons

Raleigh Lee will soon receive his MFA in Creative Writing from Indiana University. At Indiana, he was a reader of poetry and nonfiction for the Indiana Review and the 2010 recipient of the school’s Bertolt Clever Writing Prize. Raleigh grew up in Meadville, Pennsylvania, a small town in the northwest part of the state.

In this edition of The Poets Weave, Raleigh reads his poems “Smile Cheese,” “Women in Flames Walks Through Mall,” and “Early Morning Walk.”

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