C.K. Williams: Poetry For All Seasons of Life
"But oh, her soap! Might its bitter burning / have been what made me a poet?"
Date: February 2001
C.K. Williams reads his poems that relate to the subject of youth and age. The stories of his works span from childhood episodes to college sweethearts, as he presents various challenges and lessons learned in life. Williams is known as a social poet who is amused by modern civilization's way of interaction and living.