Archive for Frank Robinson

Monday, February 26th, 2007

I still dream
that one day a deer will cross the field
and eat from my hand.

- Frank Robinson

Author Bio

Frank Robinson was born in Providence, Rhode Island, in 1939, studied in Boston and the Netherlands, and has been an art historian, teacher, and museum director at Wellesley, Dartmouth, Williams, and Rhode Island School of Design. He has been director of the Johnson Museum at Cornell since 1992. He has published three books of poetry: Family Poems, 1972; First Impressions, 1973; and Window Boxes Full of Snow, 2006.


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