Friday, March 3, 2017

Friday Poem

Poetry
Art and Environment
by Edward Hessler


Today's poem is by Denise Levertov.

About her mother, Levertov once said, She was a pointer-outer. She pointed out clouds, and she pointed out flowers. She started one off looking at things.

And about writing, One of the obligations of the writer is to say or sing all that he or she can, to deal with as much of the world as becomes possible to him or her in language.

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