Kooser: 'American Life in Poetry' (Sept. 22)
Posted: Sunday, October 27, 2013 12:00 am
I open every spring with a garden more precisely laid out than the year before, and by the end of summer it’s collapsed into a tangle of weeds, bugs and disorder. Here’s Gabriel Welsch, a Pennsylvania poet, carrying a similar experience into winter.
A Garden’s End
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