If you’re in the mood for some fantastic prose and poetry, head over to Hamline University at 7:00 tonight for the Water~Stone publication reading. And if you need another reason to go, it’s at the beautiful, new Anderson Center this year.
I never think I like poetry until I read it. It’s kind of like the Ani Difranco line: they say goldfish have no memory; i guess their lives are much like mine; and the little plastic castle is a surprise every time. So here’s a poem from Rabindranath Tagore to start the work week: I slept and dreamt That life . . .