By May Sarton
Over the process her occupation, may possibly Sarton wrote on more than a few themes and locations in either prose and poetry, and traveled the world over looking for new matters. there's, in spite of the fact that, one position that she consistently lower back to finally: Nelson, New Hampshire.
Written in honor of the town’s bicentennial, As Does New Hampshire follows the process a 12 months during this rural hamlet. Sarton gracefully describes the ubiquitous function of nature, which consistently reminds people that their presence in the world is transitority. She conveys either the sweetness and the trouble of a brand new England wintry weather, and the entire bloom of spring and summer time. primarily, notwithstanding, As Does New Hampshire is an enduring tribute not just to Sarton’s domestic, yet to the better idea of domestic present in the guts of each reader.
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As Does New Hampshire: And Other Poems by May Sarton