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A “New Year’s Eve” Poem

(First published in The Country and Abroad in 2004) New Year’s Eve At midnight the party tromps onto the porch, scrunching salt and ice. It’s bitter cold. Children tug to go inside. Parents clap their gloves. But the host shakes … Continue reading

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