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The Snowy Season & Poetry

With fall transitioning into winter, Maine’s landscapes are becoming cloaked in white. Depending upon geography and elevation, varying amounts of snow sit in our woods and on our fields. Some waters are frozen over, though many are still open with … Continue reading

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Evolving Landscapes and Maine Poetry

I recently read a wonderful poem by Maine poet Tom Sexton at the Maine State Library’s webpage sharing weekly poems by Maine poets. The poet describes the significance of a now abandoned homestead’s granite stoop. This phenomenon of abandoned homesteads, … Continue reading

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Maine Poetry Resource Worth a Click

For those who enjoy poetry, particularly Maine poetry that often relates at least indirectly to the natural world, there is a nice resource to explore. Take Heart: A Conversation in Poetry¬† is an initiative between the Maine State Library, the … Continue reading

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