Tuesday, April 22 - Our annual favorite poem evening. Please read one of your favorites. Let us know the name of the poem, and your name, by next Monday. We do need to put together the program.
This is a wonderful event, and its success depends entirely upon contributions from the community. Crowd-sourcing at its best.
In the past, favorites have included such poems as Allen Ginsburg's America, Langston Hughes' Genius Child, selections from Robert Bringhurst's Conversations With a Toad, e.e. cummings' When the Serpent Bargains for the Right to Squirm and Max Ehrnmann's Desiderata (read last year by the late Kay Daniels-Cohen).
We want you to share what you love most.
Please call 301.891.7259. And even if you are not reading, please come by on Tuesday evening at 7:30.
Posted by library at April 17, 2014 11:21 AM