Friday, September 7, 2018

Friday Poem

Environmental & Science Education
Art and Environment
Edward Hessler 

“One may prefer spring and summer to autumn and winter, but preference is hardly to the point. The earth turns, and we live in the grain of nature, turning with it.”  ― Robert Hass, Twentieth Century Pleasures: Prose on Poetry

Today's poem is about a problem poet Robert Hass. He directs our attention (and his) to describing trees.

A Wiki biography of Robert Hass.

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