Poetry Friday: Insect Life in Florida

September 11th, 2009

Our editor Bill Varner selected a poem this week from Lynda Hull, a poet who passed away at forty, and who deserves more attention. While we are all back to school, this is a great poem to remind us of the summer that’s gone.

Insect Life in Florida
By Lynda Hull

In those days I thought their endless thrum
was the great wheel that turned the days, the nights.
In the throats of hibiscus and oleander…

Read the rest of the poem…

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