Washington: Poetry and the forest will converge Saturday

    Poetry and the forest will converge Saturday as the Friends of the Seminary Hill Natural Area hosts its second poetry walk at the natural area in Centralia.

    The walk begins at 10 a.m. and ends at noon, and is open to anyone with a love of poetry and outdoors who is capable of walking the trails, said organizer David Underwood.

    Underwood will guide participants to stops along the trail where selected readings from poems relative to the forest and outdoors will be read aloud.

    “The first year was easy because it’s all the low-hanging fruit,” Underwood said of selecting poems. “This year I had to dig a little more.” http://www.chronline.com/articles/2009/06/25/news/doc4a43b3de28ada509569455.txt

Long live the trees, Deane

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