23 Aug 2009 -

The pleasure and pain we experience often are vividly evoked in poetry. And so the hour took on many moods as each author read his or her favourites: the body in sweet melancholy, the body fired by indignation, the body sated after love, and many more. The session ended with a collective reading of Walt Whitman’s great hymn to the body, ‘Leaves of Grass’.

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