Friday, March 4, 2016

Friday Poem

Poetry
Art and Environment
Edward Hessler

By Ben Franske (Own work)
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This poem, months before the day it is about, is just too good not to post now. Besides I'm likely to forget. Read it now and read it in November.

Marjorie Saiser begins with these three lines: "The adults we call our children will not be arriving/ with their children in tow for Thanksgiving./ We must make our feast ourselves,"

The rest of the poem may be read here.

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