In a bonus Under the Canopy episode, Laurie Klein shares “Eternity” from Tracy K. Smith, reminding us to consider, where would we be without trees?
Trees and tree poems are an apt reflection of the writing process. In the eighth episode of Under the Canopy, Laurie Klein shares a poem from A. R. Ammons.
In the latest Poems to Listen By: Under the Canopy episode, Laurie Klein shares a poignant poem with a darker understory.
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Laurie Klein features a poem by Andrew Hudgins in the latest Poems to Listen By podcast. Is it a coming of age reflection, or a story of lost and found?
Can a tree seduce? Be flirtatious? Enjoy these poems in Laurie Klein’s latest Poems to Listen By podcast, and you decide.
In her latest Under the Canopy episode, Laurie Klein reflects on the way trees remind us of eternity and mortality, with poetry from Paul Willis and Luci Shaw.
In the latest Poems to Listen By: Under the Canopy podcast, Laurie Klein shares “Motherhood” from Diane Loretta Walker and considers the stories trees hold inside.
In honor of the holiday season, join Laurie Klein for the first in a delightful new series, Poems to Listen By—Sharing the Canopy: 8 Ways Trees Embody Our Stories. Our holiday episode features Pablo Neruda, Chicken Little, and Stephen Dunn’s “Under the Black Oaks.”