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Table Of Contents

Command to Winter
Ocean
Autumn
Nightingale
Language Barrier
Life Song
Memory
Here Is Spring Again
Dusk
Brave Is the Lady
Beauty Everywhere I Look
Ah, That I Could Like Summer Flowers Be
To a New Moon
To a Maryland Blizzard, March 1, 1957
The Wind
To a Swallow
Summer Night Thoughts
Stand in the Forest, Lean on the Wind
Spring
Song of Love to Winter
Shopping
Twilight Wind
Prayer in Prose, with Rhyme
My God, How Dare Mankind Be Bored?
Revolt
When Apricot Blossoms Float and Fall
Doors
A Plan
Who Are You and What Am I?
To the Young
Yes, Space--
To My Imagined Critics
Lines Written After Visiting Mount Vernon
To Mother
There Are Many of Us Alike in Form
Tia Rae
Soliloquy on Soul Surfeit
To Katharine and Helen
Tomorrow and Today
Resolution
Prayer to Sleep
Poet’s Apology
Ode to the Human Heart
Music
Down to the Sea
Ode to Amy Beach in re: Empress of the Night
Lifetime
All I See is Part of Me: I
All I See is Part of Me: II
Gossip
For Here Is Life!
Escape
Women
Do Not Rant
Life’s Insistent Now
Communication
Change of Mind
Admonishment to Self
Because We Are Not Crickets
Lament for a Fallen Forest
Thoughts on Modern Art
Teacher Playing Hooky
Sometimes I Am Too Small…
On Being a Mother
Your Love
Here is a Truth I Found Tonight
When I Explore the Reaches of My Soul
Warning
To Unfold the Stuff of Which You’re Wrought
There Will Come a Time
Lament
Just Be Around -- Somewhere
I Would Empty the Chalice of Myself…
Today We Stood and Talked
Things to Forget
Here Is a Heart with Infinite Love
My Love is Eternal
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Lean on the Wind

Lean on the Wind

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Author Patricia Salter was born into a lively and creative family. The second of five children, her father was a professor and her mother a published poet. Although she was born in Philadelphia, she has lived the greater part of her life in Madison, Wisconsin. Hers was a peripatetic family, giving her and her siblings the opportunity to live East, West, and South while growing up. Lean on the Wind reflects the passions and challenges of her younger years, while also demonstrating her love of music, art, gardening, and nature. Although most of the poems were written nearly a half century ago, these words, like a just-discovered fine wine, have mellowed with the years and come to us as smooth, evocative and satisfying. Poet
Author Patricia Salter was born into a lively and creative family. The second of five children, her father was a professor and her mother a published poet. Although she was born in Philadelphia, she has lived the greater part of her life in Madison, Wisconsin. Hers was a peripatetic family, giving her and her siblings the opportunity to live East, West, and South while growing up. Lean on the Wind reflects the passions and challenges of her younger years, while also demonstrating her love of music, art, gardening, and nature. Although most of the poems were written nearly a half century ago, these words, like a just-discovered fine wine, have mellowed with the years and come to us as smooth, evocative and satisfying. Poet

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