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Motherhood Poems

Jenny Kander celebrates her own mother’s birth date with this program of poems by or about mothers.

“Because the story of our life becomes our life, and none of us tells it the same way twice.” – From “Why We Tell Stories” by Lisel Mueller.

A program of poems about motherhood, featuring “A Two-Year-Old Considers Pregnancy and Parents” and “Red Nightgown” by Lauris Edmond, Kander’s own “Summer Afternoon,” Alice Friman’s “Footnote,” and “Daughter” by Lisel Mueller.

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