Pulitzer Prize-winning poet whose best-known functions are the Branch WON’T Break and Two People. His function was from the Deep Picture poetry motion. His 1956 poetry collection, The Green Wall structure, gained the Yale Younger Poets Award and released him to literary popularity. He experienced from despair and alcoholism; nevertheless, as is noticeable in his acclaimed function, The Branch WON’T Break, he thought deeply in the resilience from the human heart. His kid, Franz Wright, also became a poet. He collaborated with Robert Bly on translations of worldwide poetry.