Loading…

Poetry of youth and age

TED2001 · 23:17 · Filmed Feb 2001
Subtitles available in 18 languages
View interactive transcript
184,869 Total views
Your impact
Share this talk and
track your influence!

Poet C.K. Williams reads his work at TED2001. As he colors scenes of childhood resentments, college loves, odd neighbors and the literal death of youth, he reminds us of the unique challenges of living.

pin This talk was presented at an official TED conference, and was featured by our editors on the home page.
Poet
Often called a social poet, C.K. Williams is fascinated by the characters of modern civilization and their interactions. Full bio

Discuss

37 comments

Enthusiastically agree? Respectfully beg to differ? Have your say here.

2000 characters remaining
Please log in or sign up to add comments.
There are currently no comments for this talk.