Ars Technicode title Ars Technically: A Year of Poems about Literature article Ars News article The 2018 edition of Ars’ Poetry of the Year series features some of the best poetry about literature from around the globe.
In this year’s edition, the U.K. writer Richard Johnson is the winner of the award for his collection, Poems of the City.
In the book, Johnson tells the story of a young woman whose family’s home is on the edge of a riverbank and whose husband is away on leave.
Johnson describes how he learned about the riverbank through his son and how he came to feel a profound sense of belonging and responsibility to the city.
In a 2017 article, the author of The Last Days of Summer wrote about the story.
The poem, which includes lyrics and a poem-by-poem, is entitled, “When the sun is gone, the leaves turn green and the moon is full, I think I’ll get out of here.”
The poem was published in the U,K.
newspaper The Times on May 23, 2017.
In his poem, Johnson explains that the river, the moon, and the stars are all symbols of the earth.
The poem also contains references to “the stars and the city” and the phrase “they say the city is dying.”
The words in the poem have become a favorite among some of Johnson’s admirers.
The poems in the Poetry Of The Year series are selected by the editors and feature poems written by the authors themselves.
This year’s list of poets includes the best work from all over the world, including poetry from India, Russia, Poland, China, Mexico, Brazil, Egypt, and Turkey.
The winners of the 2018 Poetry Awards will be announced at a ceremony on November 6.
This article originally appeared on Ars Technico.