Reid McGrath is the winner of the Society of Classical Poet’s 2015 Poetry Competition. He also was awarded 2nd Place in Lyric Magazine’s 2015 College Competition. He is a poet and writer residing with his wife and child in the Hudson Valley of New York. He is organizing a collection of poems (predominantly published by the Society of Classical Poets) to be published in the near future. You can follow his blog at arcadiarehashed.wordpress.com.

(Recent photo above from Hyla Brook Frost Farm.)

 

Reid McGrath Poetry Published by the Society

https://classicalpoets.org/to-a-red-winged-black-bird-on-the-advent-of-spring-and-other-poetry-by-reid-mcgrath/

https://classicalpoets.org/an-alternative-ending-to-romeo-and-juliet-part-ii-by-reid-mcgrath/

https://classicalpoets.org/american-incipits-by-reid-mcgrath/

https://classicalpoets.org/the-backwards-romantic-and-other-poetry-by-reid-mcgrath/

https://classicalpoets.org/who-needs-a-chinese-tractor-by-reid-mcgrath/

https://classicalpoets.org/glacier-national-park-and-other-poetry-by-reid-mcgrath/

https://classicalpoets.org/father-and-son-and-other-poetry-by-reid-mcgrath/

https://classicalpoets.org/valentine-by-reid-mcgrath/

https://classicalpoets.org/spring-haiku-and-other-poetry-by-reid-mcgrath/

 

https://classicalpoets.org/what-he-and-michelangelo-know-and-other-poetry-by-reid-mcgrath/

https://classicalpoets.org/juxtaposition-by-reid-mcgraith/

https://classicalpoets.org/tares-in-the-wheat-and-other-poetry-by-reid-mcgrath/

https://classicalpoets.org/lines-composed-in-the-adirondack-mountains-and-other-poetry-by-reid-mcgrath/

https://classicalpoets.org/lines-composed-before-finding-the-society-of-classical-poets-by-reid-mcgrath/

https://classicalpoets.org/stopping-by-courts-on-a-sunny-morning-by-reid-mcgrath/

https://classicalpoets.org/juxtaposition-by-reid-mcgraith/

https://classicalpoets.org/the-course-of-empire-observations-by-reid-mcgrath/


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