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“Morning Commute”

Bloomington, Indiana-based poet Antonia Matthew reads "Singing the Unsung," "Morning Commute," and "Household Tasks: A Memory."

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Photo: Jerry Segraves (wikipedia)

Morning commute of birds...

“Poetry is an art that lives in time…expressing and evoking the moving relation between the individual consciousness and the world…Breathe in experience, breathe out poetry.”
- Muriel Rukeyser

Antonia Matthew has lived in Bloomington, Indiana since 1968. Her writing group, “Five Women Poets,” has sustained her for 39 years.  She’s been published in small magazines, and she’s self-published a chapbook on her mother’s Alzheimer’s and written a play about her experiences as a child in World War II England.

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