Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Great Regulars: I'm not alone in noticing how time accelerates

as we grow older, and as the seasons grow ever more brief the holidays are gone in a wink. This poem by Nancy Price about Halloween catches a little of that. She's an Iowan whose poems are so heartfelt, clear and useful that we could run them every week and none of you would complain.

Trick or Treat

from Ted Kooser: American Life in Poetry: Column 396


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