First Poems of the 2014 Market Season

Hooray, the farmers market season of 2014 has begun! I started this poem-season in the sweet little town of Lanesboro, Minnesota, where I’m working with the Lanesboro Arts Center to bring free interactive poetry to the public! Yeah! Lucky Lanesboro. 🙂 I wrote poems for a steady stream of tourists, locals, and (of course) vendors. Here are a few favorites from the event (which I just noticed happen to all be for vendors…they have the best poem-ideas!) See more in this photo album by Lanesboro Arts Center.

Baby Nephew

Baby Nephew


Snakes

Snakes

Dragons

Dragons


“Snakes” and “Dragons” were requested by two brothers.

Soap

Soap

This was for the makers of Crooked Pine Soap. I bought a bar of lilac-scented soap from them and it is delicious-smelling and sure to hold me over until the lilacs bloom! Is it possible to be addicted to soap?

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