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July 31, 2016


Linda Wright

One of my favourite poems, too. First studied it in high school but it didn't resonate with me until a few years later, while I was in law school and I was witness to my great grandmother's continual refusal ('til her death at 93) to let mortality weaken her resolve to live...and I'd never heard a reading by the poet so thank you for this link.

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