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The Benefits of Memorizing Poetry

I first read Marge Piercy’s poem “To be of use, ” I fell in love with the final lines: “The pitcher whines for water to carry and and a man or woman for perform that is legitimate. ” The particular analogy resonated with me, with all the desire I have always experienced to have a motive that goes further than my own delight or fun. Continue Reading →