Tuesday, January 08, 2013

Great Regulars: The poet Jorie Graham once wrote that

a memory for a poet is an experience that has not yet been fully lived and waits for its second life in poetry. In today's poem Pam Burr, of Brunswick, relives the memory of sandwiches that her mother once prepared for her school lunch.


By Pam Burr Smith

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


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