Commentator and former poet, Jennifer Pemberton, wants to remind listeners that April is National Poetry Month and you don't have to be a poet -- or even look like one -- to celebrate poetry in America.
These are the poems that nearly bring her out of retirement every time she reads them:
Musee Des Beaux Arts by W.H. Auden
A Display of Mackerel by Mark Doty
Poppies in October by Sylvia Plath
Stone by Charles Simic
Barbed Wire by Henry Taylor
Birches by Robert Frost