Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Great Regulars: Shortly before his [Theodore Enslin's] death

in November, he wrote that today's poem was influenced by Benjamin Franklin's glass harmonica. According to experts, the beautiful music of this instrument is in a range that makes the brain uncertain about where the sound comes from. And so, perhaps, this story of a traveler whose route into the snow is difficult to follow, and can't be found on any map.

from Wesley McNair: The Portland Press Herald: Take Heart: A Conversation in Poetry


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