August 6, 2014 by Jane Beal
find their way through the bars —
through the bars
a sparrow sings
and its mellifluous melody
is all about love …
in Judith Tannenbaum’s Disguised as a Poem
Posted in The Daily Poems, The Reading Journals | Tagged Disguised as a Poem: My Years Teaching Poetry at San Quentin, Heart of the High Desert, Judith Tannenbaum, Spoon Jackson | Leave a Comment
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