Poem of the Week, by Jacqueline Osherow

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  1. Alison – You were so right. The poem pulled me in and accelerated me along a backwards journey to my own memories of grand spaces. I do not think I remember the old Penn Station, but I am sure I was there. My parents talked about it. I do remember the grandure and the light at Kennedy Airpot when it was newly remodeled and air travel had a touch of sophisication and white gloves. I also remember the top of the Emprie State Building before it was commercialized. Or I miss vast public spaces filled with light and not many people.

    Love you poem choices and hope to see you sometime soon.

    Kate

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