The last poet of the regular season of Ring Ring Poetry is William Waltz, Editor in Chief of Conduit Magazine. His poem is set in Saint Paul’s Hidden Falls Regional Park, right along the Mississippi River. The poem is rife with imagery, man and animal butting up against each other, trading places and treading closely. The piece is short, so if you want to listen to it over and over and etch the moments into your eyelids and eardrums, I won’t tell anyone. Phone (612) 223-POEM to hear the piece. I was really happy how all of the poets from this season used nature and city in surprising and beautiful ways, and William’s poem was no exception.
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Wonderful poem! I love its evocation of nature and magic, all in one.