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Monday, April 25, 2016
Poem of the Day: "barnacles" by Lauren McBride, Frequent Contributor
against changing tides
Poet's Notes: I enjoy minimalist poetry, and in particular the hay(na)ku where a thought is expressed in only six words. Many of my poems are inspired by nature's beauty and especially the ocean. Anyone who has ever scraped bare skin across a barnacle-encrusted rock knows that barnacles are "solidly cemented" and the skin will suffer.
Posted by Steven Wittenberg Gordon, MD at 1:18 PM
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