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“The Wrong Road” By Roger Pfingston

Pfingston reads "Happy Birthday to Me," "The Wrong Road," "As If to Herself," and "Indiana Redux."

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Poet Roger Pfingston.

“All poems are rooted in the mortality we bemoan; if we were immortal we would have no need to record human feelings in poetry.”
-Maxine Kumin

Roger Pfingston’s poems have appeared in magazines, books, and anthologies over a period of fifty years. A recipient of a poetry fellowship from the National Endowment for the Arts, he has poems in And Know This Place: Poetry of Indiana, published by the Indiana Historical Society Press. His latest chapbook is A Day Marked for Telling, available from Finishing Line Press.

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