Four and Twenty of The Week, May 28, 2013


Henry Kellogg is a high school history teacher and writer from Burlington, Vermont. He is a regular contributor to Four and Twenty, as well as other publications. He can often be found on the porch.
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One Response to Four and Twenty of The Week, May 28, 2013

  1. Bill Cullen says:

    I love this poem. It’s a writer’s poem with a lovely classical allusion embedded in a simile. i could see someome framing this and keeping it on a writing desk as a reminder that any final beauty will always elude one’s grasp.

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