THE POET BY DAY

Daily Archives: June 30, 2016

Speaking of death and decay It hardly matters Which Since both are on the way, maybe – to being daffodils. excerpt from Exercises on Themes from Life in Once: Poems (Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1968) This celebration is a rain-drop next to the ocean of ongoing world-wide applause for Alice Walker (Alice Walker’s Garden). Her roots are in Putnam Country, Georgia where her family subsisted financially on earnings from sharecropping, dairy-farming and her mother’s part-time employment… Read More