The first poem that US poet laureate Maxine Kumin ever published appeared in the Monitor in 1953.
In the spring, a man's fancy lightly turns to wordplay.
Held by college sumo wrestlers, two babies cry during a Naki Sumo, or crying baby contest, at Sensoji Buddhist temple in Tokyo on Friday. The annual traditional ritual is performed as a prayer for the childrens' healthy growth.
Frost penned a salute to his fellow poet for the Monitor in 1925.
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