Poetry

Some poetry by Freda.

Summer Collecting, On Island

Whale bone
Megaladon teeth
Gastroliths from prehistoric seals.
Remains of the past
On Lobsterville Beach

I inherit fossils,
assign my own.

From the May, 1983 issue of Stone Country


Pro-busing

Bus me. Transport me.
From commonplace
to extraordinary.
From one school of thought
to another.
Move me.
Don't let me remain
Plain, rooted in rules,
Pained in prejudice.
I'm pro-busing.

From the February, 1982 issue of A Poetry Mag.


Samuel A. Rebelsky
rebelsky@grinnell.edu