“Poetry refreshes who we are and opens our eyes. It is a second sight on all that we’ve known and done. It penetrates into the invisible world we don’t speak of often and thus can bring us together . . . Poetry is the biggest surprise. It can be our double, echo, enhance our solitudes and tell us how the world is in its mysterious questioning ways. Poetry is a beautiful agent of radicalism in all ways.” Linda E. Chown
In Part I – published yesterday – we served up two of Linda’s poems along with her interview. Today, we share six more of Linda’s poems. A rare and rich treat for all of us. Thank you, Linda Chown.
Dear Sasha. Great Sasha.
You were something very special.
In Moscow’s somber streets, flagellated
and smothered by summer’s heat
and simmering peat bog fires,
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