Wednesday, June 1, 2022

Mary Lee Hahn

IMPERFECT II poet Mary Lee Hahn says:
When I'm trying to regain perspective, I often go for a walk to our little neighborhood wetland where I can stand and watch (depending on the season) mallards, red-winged blackbirds, bees, and dragonflies.

Mary Lee Hahn is a former teacher (4th and 5th graders for 37 years), author of Reconsidering Read-Aloud, a poet who has poems in over a dozen anthologies, and a gardener for monarchs and black swallowtail butterflies. She blogs at A(nother) Year of Reading with Franki Sibberson, and archives her poems at Poetrepository.

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