How Poems Inspire Pictures

How Poems Inspire Pictures – The New York Times

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Carolyn Van Houten: “What It Looks Like to Us and the Words We Use” by Ada Limón

A barn outside Falkland, N.C.CreditCarolyn Van Houten for The New York Times


Damon Winter: “Many-Faced Poem” by Marci Calabretta Cancio-Bello

Ithaca, N.Y.CreditDamon Winter/The New York Times

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Zora J. Murff: “If You’re Tired Then Go Take a Nap” by Adrian Matejka

Scenes from the Near North Side neighborhood of Omaha.CreditZora J. Murff for The New York Times


Nina Robinson: “N’em” by Jericho Brown

The photographer’s Aunt Jean visited the site of her segregated high school in Sparkman, Ark. CreditNina Robinson for The New York Times

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Todd Heisler: “Valentine” by Katy Lederer

Brooklyn.CreditTodd Heisler/The New York Times


Preston Gannaway: “Ladies’ Arm Wrestling Match” by Jenny Johnson

Chrissie Good-Hollar at a tattoo parlor in Front Royal, Va. CreditPreston Gannaway for The New York Times

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