I recently started getting the daily poem from Poets.org, and it’s been delightful. Some of them have hit me right where I am in both good and hard ways. A couple of recent poems caught my attention for their attention to place, which is Topology‘s specialty. In “The Map,” Marie Howe elegantly expresses the reality of our situated perspective. And in “Native Memory,” Ansel Elkins conflates bodies and land and memory in a gorgeous assembly of images. If you enjoy poetry or want to learn how to enjoy it, I highly recommend signing up for the Poem-a-Day.