The Times Literary Supplement
12 September 2011
Elizabeth Smither; introduced by James Crews
Thinking of pallbearers usually conjures images of somber men in suits carrying a casket; poems about funerals tend to be dark and fraught with emotion for a lost loved one. Elizabeth Smither’s poem “A Cortège of Daughters”, however, takes a characteristically different approach…..
Read the full article and poem at The Times Literary Supplement
Thanks to The Good Funeral Guide Blog for altering us to this poem.