Wind in the Willows

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Why so you are!
Mottled, upside down.
Laughing land
gathering wild.
Quite a decent looking
triumph.
Abandoning
stop, stop, stop!

“I’ve always wanted to try erasure poems, but felt overwhelmed. Having the structure of p. 143 made it possible for me. ‘The Wind in the Willows’ was a favorite book I read to both my kids. Unlike many children’s books, the language is rich and lyrical. I never got tired of reading it out loud.” —Debby Bacharach

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